Hotel Puerto Seco Aduana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... The Way', incidentally last year not knowing all that much about the Camino and now we were seeing it go past our hostel and from our little cafe was awesome. It did get us a little excited and thought how great it would be to do it one day. All of that Spanish food, wine and scenery through the cute little villages and countryside sounds amazing. Think the Camino will have to be on the bucket list for the next trip. Another visit back to Burgos will be there ...
... changing from my long pants into shorts. Another lesson of the Camino...a blue sky can be deceptive when looking out through a window to gauge the day's weather. Nevertheless, I had the appropriate gloves, beanie, scarf and wind proof jacket to see me through. The first 10 kms took us up to another plateau through more crops and rocks; it was spectacular despite the freezing conditions. I thought my kneecaps had turned to discs of ice at one stage... We arrived ...
... somewhere along the lines we got on the wrong path. YES even with all the signage I think we still managed to make an incorrect turn somewhere! When we walked in at first we were not overly impressed. But then as we walked further into the old town we fell in love with the place! We found this 'American restaurant' and it was sooooo nice to have food that tasted a bit like home. Don't get me wrong I LOVE the food here, but sometimes it's nice to have something I am ...
... It doesn't hurt that the bunks at the alburgue each have a dedicated outlet, so I'm not fighting with other peregrinos for one or two outlets in the entire place.
I did some laundry last night, in the washer and dryer. It's incredible what we take for granted in our regular lives...clean clothes are an incredible, blessed thing. I also went to a wonderful little restaurant and had spaghetti (with churizo), a completely ...
For those of you who are following our progress on the map, you will notice a big jump today. No, we did not walk the 50km into Burgos. Given that Tammy's feet are still healing and the last stretch of the Camino into Burgos is a dangerous one on hard asphalt along a busy highway we decided to jump ahead 2 days by taking the bus. The very fact I feel that I have to justify our decision to you still means there is some pride left in me. When all is said and done, ...