Ciudad de Burgos Hotel
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- Car rentals
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
TripAdvisor Reviews Ciudad de Burgos Hotel Rubena
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... I walked more slowly than yesterday as it was hot, but adored today. Little pain in my feet, 13 miles and lots of time alone to think. As I arrived in the main square there was Julio from Guatemala, still suffering badly with his leg. I'm going to find him later. And I just got a text from Joseph from yesterday and I'm off to meet them for a drink now.
Actually, a little ...
... the end of the short chapter today, but nooooooo. Just so you know, I'm trying really hard to practice my Reiki precepts, especially "Honor your parents, teachers, and elders," but sometimes the situation is much too colorful to ignore. On our way to dinner we took a brief detour down the village slope to the bank cash machine and back up again. The heat of the day peaks between 3:00-6:00 so it ...
... man who was walking with us ask how the blisters were doing (aka I was hobbling). After a brief description of how lovely they were he pulled out his last compeed (the most fantastic bandaid thing I've ever seen) and told me how to use it. We couldn't believe it. And then off he went.
These people give me hope for humanity. None of them were looking for money or something from us. They just did it to help a fellow pilgrim.
And the most important thing 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. ...
... We are by-passing Burgos as we've stayed there before. We're not sure where we'll be stopping, but we are heading for the Somport pass - we're going over the top, not through the tunnel.
We'll probably be using Aires, so won't have access to wifi - unless there's a McDonalds at the top of the mountains!