Fernan Gonzalez Boutique Hotel
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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, ...
Sad that today our little group of travellers has to disband. Kathy departed first on a bus to Madrid to eventually catch a flight home to Australia tomorrow . Bernadette, Syl and Ann caught bus to Leon. Nic & Hal caught bus and travelled on to O' Cebreiro which is almost exactly a week ahead of us along the Camino- they will continue on to Santiago finishing at the end of next week. And so ...
... and charming woman in her 70's who is Scottish, living in South Africa, and has traveled extensively including the Himalayas. I found her so attractive with her youthful blues eyes and her accent (see photo). As we chatted about how people find the way in life she taught me an old Scottish saying: "That which is for you won't go by you". I suppose we just need to keep aware :) About 28k to Castrojeriz today ...