Fernan Gonzalez Boutique Hotel
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What an amazing day!! We went to the Cathedral Santa Maria De Burgos. What wonderment. I think my heartbeat slowed. I have never, ever seen such a beautiful Cathedral. Within its beautiful doors is not one large church, but rather many chapels (approximately 18) dedicated to various periods of time and the important Christians who shaped …
We left San Juan De Ortega early because there wasn't a prepared breakfast today. I guess the man who runs the hotel, the bar/restaurant and works at the church needs to get some sleep. We suspect he may also be the mayor. We picked up our picnic breakfast at the Bar Marcela last night. So off we went with our headlamps on in the dark. It was our …
When we got up yesterday we had decided to reach Burgos in two days instead of the normal three; we opted to do a stage and a half each day = 35k + 39.5k. This, though strenuous, would give us a day and a half of relief from walking before the delivery of the bikes to our hotel in which we could do a proper wash of all of our clothes and see at …
... her Ibuprofen so that I could get some relief from my shin soreness.
Florence will leave The Camino in the next day or two to head south for some sun and relaxation. She has been desperately asking for the link to this miserable blog and I will oblige. I know she will be embarrassed by the text but there are angels on The Camino and I believe there was a Dutch one this month.
My hotel here is gorgeous. I plan on having ...
... hotel. It's a nice little space with 2 stories, kind of like a mini loft.
After dropping off our luggage, we walked toward the centre of the old town - the Cathedral. Well, by now, we are both cathedraled-out, but we are here, and it is one of the important cities of Camino de Santiago, so we gotta check out the cathedral. It was a impressive place with lots of sculptures, chapels, cathedral inside the cathedral, ...