Ciudad de Burgos Hotel
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... t open until after 6. So we stopped at an open (abierto) bar for a drink and shade. While we waited, we also stopped into a hiking gear store and bought headlamps for our night walking. Jim also bought a new set of walking poles as one of his broke yesterday and he is getting to depend on them. By the time we had made our purchases, other stores were open and we grabbed a banana for tomorrow, plus a ham and cheese sandwich for breakfast or lunch tomorrow as ...
Up on the 6th floor of our albergue, we heard the local revelry until 5:30am. What a great coincidence that we finally remembered to get ear plugs at the pharmacy that afternoon. They didn't completely block the noise, but it took it to a dull roar. We left Burgos at 7am. We got a small cafe con leche at the vending machine in the hostel. We had a couple granola bars and nectarines to get us to our first stop, Tarjados. We saw 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. ...
Villafranca Montes de Oca to Cardenuela Riopico - 24.4 kms Had the worst night's sleep due to all the snorers, yet it was a lovely room with single beds and cubicles, a little table and shelf to put all your things on - just lovely - then at least 6 snorers!!!!!! Redeemed itself on breakfast - smorgasbord WITH scrambled eggs, bacon and even toast! Wow - expansive, but worth it. Leaving Viilafranca (San Anton Hotel & Albergue was daunting due to the map showing 3 ...
... nice man and we walked through deciding where to stay and agreed upon the municipal albergue. Very cool, very simple place and cheap! So we did the usual; get a bed, shower, laundry, and organize for the next day. After that we had a little lunch and hit the plaza. We spent most of the day here. One pretty crazy thing did happen though. There was a radio stAtion in the plaza holding a live broadcast and apparently Arthur told them I could speak Spanish. ...