Ciudad de Burgos Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... to heal your foot pain if you soak them in it. Of course I couldn't resist. We'll see if it ends up curing my ills! It was a nice rest. I was there for over a half hour and not a single person came while I was there until the very end. The tall smiley guy emerged and was sad about the albergue being closed. We were both looking forward to having a cafe con leche... :( Oh well, continue on! The next stop was Hontanas, the place I ...
... expensive, so we had to flee. Eventually we found our way back to the hotel to get some sleep. Marcus will be staying in Burgos for an extra day, to take some cathedral tours and explore the city. It is very important to him that he spends time in Burgos - he has told us several times. I don't have time to take a day in Burgos, so I will continue on with plans to meet back up with Marcus in Leon, one week later. Jens is undecided about what he will do but thinks he will continue on ...
... ahead of me. With such a lack of people apparently walking, the coffee shop was full!
I walked for a while with a young man from near Turin who works in the Piedmont wine area, marketing traditional corks. He was very sore footed but is determined to do the whole Camino in 3 weeks - he walks from 6am to 3pm every day. If he fails, however, he will be just as happy because he's loving the experience. He told me a lovely story about two guys he passed recently who ...
... I surely felt it coming up. It was ********* me I think because I've never seen anything die in front of my eyes ever. The way they kill the bull is truly brutal. Barbaric really. Thinking about it now has me a little queasy still. I was sort of happy when one of the bull fighters got hurt. But it didn't matter. All five bulls were killed. I had to keep reminding myself that the bulls would have died if I was there or not. But I still felt wrong that I paid for their deaths. I ...
We left Villafranca this morning after a lightning storm. That, along with the slope of the hill, made for a long night in the tent. We left under mystical skies again. The landscape took us up and into the mountains. The roads were varied and the faces were mainly new. We met a group of three men, one who runs the political science program at Harvard, who had just began their camino at Villafranco. We met Dave from Holland who lives in Spain. ...