Abba Burgos Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... were the wind in the wheat and poplar trees, and so many birds singing their own sweet songs.... Not a soul for miles. Wales through the arches of these ruin from 1146. This convent was dedicated to help pilgrims that got the disease called the Fire of Anton that spread through the Middle Ages. Arrived at Castrojeriz... A charming small town... I took a walk up the road and stumbled into a honey hole of nectar. While I was walking I saw an interesting man ...
... Renaissance, Baroque and 19th century influences, set on the banks of a river, and being a university town always gives a place a cool vibe. Many of Salamanca’s old buildings are made from a golded-hued stone, so in the right light, the place has this magical tinge to it. Plaza Mayor, particularly all lit up at night, was definitely one of the prettiest squares in Spain. The only “sight” we actually “did” was going up ...
Spent morning at the cathedral and middle of the day at the museum.
I am not sure whether walking or site seeing is more exhausting! All the stuff we saw was very cool though.
Another change in plans... We were all heading to Leon but ran into Silas and Peter... So the girls will stay in Burgos with Silas and Peter will go on to Leon with Stew and I... Crazy crazy. The girls and maybe Silas will meet up with us in a few days.
After breakfast we were on the road by 7:50. It did not take long to get out of town. We could see 17 pilgrims in front of us. We felt comfortable being ahead of the pilgrims from Burgos. By the time we got to ---------- by 10 am we had passed most of the pilgrims. I tend to be a faster walker and Dennis and Pat truck along with me. We stopped to pick up a sandwich fruit and nuts for the day. I had noticed a plant or vegetation on ...
... We stopped for a break and decided to do an extra 10km to our destination for the day. The first 5km was straight up a hill, which again, walking to the beat of music, helped to keep us in a rhythm and up the very hot and steep hill. The views were absolutely amazing when we reached the top. There was also a man built shade cover when we got to the top, which was just heaven. From this point into the ...