Hotel Rice Maria Luisa

Address: Avda Cid Campeador 42, Burgos, Castile-León, 09005, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Avda Cid Campeador 42, Burgos, is near Cathedral of Santa Maria, Orbaneja del Castillo, and Cartuja de Miraflores.
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    Travel Blogs from Burgos

    New longest day so far

    A travel blog entry by mrvilla6 on Sep 22, 2015

    5 photos

    ... passed me sometime earlier was already seated so I joined him. Reuben happened to be a friendly Kiwi from Wellington. Another warming connection. I headed on before him as I wanted to cover as much distance in the cooler morning conditions as I could. However soon the route went through a field with a group of cows. Not being sure of the nature of Spanish cows I held back till I saw Reuben catch up and we ventured through the field together. ...

    Slightly fussy pilgrim?

    A travel blog entry by pilgrim.pen on May 15, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... so I must be prepared.
    From Rabe d l C to Hornillos, my destination for the night was heavy going. Uphill to the High Meseta and then a steep stony descent to Hornillos de Camino.
    The Camino is getting busier than when I started and I had to stay at the Municiple Albergue. Usually they are pretty reasonable but this one, I have to say was pretty grim but it did only cost €5, so I really can't ...

    The Best Laid Plans

    A travel blog entry by 2appreciate on May 12, 2015

    20 photos

    ... gravel, which also meant extra care (and a slower speed) robbed me of what I had anticipated to be some downhill pay-back time.

    We've read much about "the long slog" into the city of Burgos. Given a desire to keep up with economic booms and development demands in past decades/centuries, many of the traditional paths into the city have been bulldozed and replaced with highways and industrial zones. For a pilgrim who has enjoyed the ...

    Burgos, Blisters and Observations

    A travel blog entry by peterconnor on May 08, 2015

    9 comments, 19 photos

    Hi Family and Friends
    As I mentioned, the rest in Burgos has been beneficial for my feet and looking at the history here I probably would have stopped anyway.It is good to have the boots off and although the blisters come into play near the bottom of my heel it is so great to spread the toes and spend two days in thongs.My accommodation has been pleasant and comfy and I had a key to come and go as I please.

    The Cathedral de Santa Maria is massive ...

    Through the Meseta Camino towns

    A travel blog entry by richalive on Oct 20, 2014

    7 photos

    ... is fine. Without water or shelter, this place can be a bit tricky, particularly in summer. The walk into Castrojeriz is along a tree lined avenue where the yellow autumn leaves flutter gently to the ground. The albergue tonight is right opposite the church and has many quirky features - a traditional stopping place for pilgrims throughout the ...