El Hotel Jacobeo
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Overnight thunderstorm and threatening grey skies this morning. No breakfast available at excellent cafe where we enjoyed a top-rate dinner the night before, and so it was a cup of coffee from the vending machine and then straight off on the road. It mizzled for the 4 km to the breakfast halt... a superb old-timbered little restaurant cum shop-bar. There was an imaginative spread of ...
... Ojeda where we had delicious food and understood why it had had such a long queue the previous night.
While checking out of the hotel we got chatting to a local man and he was impressed to meet British people that could have a conversation in Spanish. I understood most of what he said! We then re-traced the now-familiar route to the cathedral and spent the morning touring this imposing building. I used the ...
Burgos to Rabé de las Calzadas
Libéranos Dómaine Private Albergue
High 66, Low 46
14 km with detour (8.7 miles)
*** Happy Birthday Anna!
What a curious start to our first morning. Exhausted from the previous 36 hours of travel we all fell asleep quite early. At 5:00am I ventured to the tiny front lobby to request a second Wi-Fi code, but it was dark and the ...
The previous night in the Ages Albergue saw me pay $21 Euro for a bed, three course meal which included as much vino as you wanted and breakfast the next morning. Given the ceature comforts of the night before I headed happily off towards Atapuerca. Yes indeed, the name even sounds anthropological as it is the site where the oldest human remains on the European mainland had been found and the lrgest humanid site in the world. Our direct relatives lived here over ...
... Alija who trained at “El Bulli”, for many years voted the best restaurant in the world. We were pleased to see that he is still here. He has opened a new restaurant downstairs, but still has time to supervise the Bistro where we ate. As we sat down we were given a bottle of mineral water and a bowl of olives to nibble on while we chose from the menu. That was easily done as we knew we wanted the taster ...