- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... visable and I needed to start walking with a torch to see the surface of the path. Cool conditions were perfect as the first 30 mins was uphill. For the next 11 kms the route went along a forestry road through young oak and pine forest. I walked alone but totally at ease in my thoughts and with Taize tunes in my head.
First at the tiny village of San Juan de Ortega coffee and a decent sized savoury pastry were very welcome. One man ...
Had a wonderful evening with Pauline and Keith and a wonderful meal that was more than a bit better than the pilgrim meals I have been used to. Felt very spoilt!
Left Burgos at 7.20 and walked 10 km to the first coffee stop at Tarjados and met Pauline and Keith before they drove South.
I walked out of the town and over a bridge and uphill to Rabe de las Calzados.
the hotelier at Rabe de las Calzados, ...
... they could have been. On one curvey descent I was in my "Tammy Tuck" (as D calls it) and enjoying the speed, when all of a sudden a bug went up my nose. It was most disconcerting! I have become accustomed to bugs getting in my mouth (I am getting good at spitting them out), or bugs behind my glasses (I just shake my head), but in the middle of trying to stay in control on a speedy descent, this was unwelcome! On a few other downhills, the road ...
... created from nothing. The place erupts! Not two minutes later, after weaving toward the goal with brilliant footwork he somehow chips the goalkeeper from 5 metres out and it was the lack of pace that beat everyone. He knew exactly what he was doing. The roof nearly came off the joint and it even had older Spanish guys shaking their heads in disbelief.So I hope tomorrow is as good as today, and remember...."Man cannot stand a meaningless life." Carl Jung
Hornillos to Castrojeriz There is nil chance of rain and a maximum expected temperature today of 79 degrees. So it's good to get through two or three miles before the sun rises over the Meseta, I really like walking in this environment which at times reminds me of Yorkshire with the dry stone walls enclosing one side of the path. There are ...