Ciudad de Burgos Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Car rentals
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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And now dear freinds a few words from the guy commonly refered to as D. I have been watching, listening and grudgingly participating in this blog since the beginning, today my lovely wife is exhausted so... I get a crack at the keyboard. I feel the need to not try recount a bunch of detail on today and instead provide an overview for context. Technology. She is writing this blog on a samsung galexy 2 camera. Yes a camera with an android body. ...
... a few days ago when I assisted him in a brief search for his hat. He had already arrived in Belorado yet walked 2 kms back down the trail to search for his hat. It must have meant somethng to him and again it is the little things in life that are the most important.I provide you with this introduction to Andy's character for which reasons will soon be obvious.
Over a drink we formally introduced ourselves and with him was Gerry from "all ...
... I showed them my trophy arm of bites and they couldn't believe it. The woman immediately brought out her tube of anti itch and had me smother them all and then gave me a container full of it to keep me sane. I was so grateful and surprised. They even offered to buy me a beer or a coffee. So sweet.
One night we arrived into a city that had no grocery store. Not even a small measly market. We had planned on the next day to get some cash so we were running low. We looked at the ...
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. ...
... br> When we arrived here they gave us some info about an annual event which takes place, at Corpus Christi in the next village Castrillo de Murcia.
El Colacho or baby Jumping dates back to 1620.
Babies born during the last 12mths are laid on mattresses in the street and men dressed as the Devil in red and ...