Hotel Rice Reyes Catolicos
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- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... place where people had lived 1.2 million years ago. From there the path left the road and went over a hill. From the top the city of Burgos was visable. It looked about 4 hours walk away. For the next couple of hours I walked along a small road linking little villages. Knowing the route would still be long I stopped for some food and got out my phone to listen to music. I took a path around Burgos airport (which had no action) and then crossed ...
... there is a place called the Monasterio de Las Huelgas. It was a convent in the 12th century, and only women of the highest rank were admitted (aristocratic novitiates). We learned a couple of interesting things about this place:
- The abbess (Mother Superior' equivalent in this nunnery) was second in rank to the Queen of Spain.
- If the Pope were ever allowed to marry, only the abbess of this nunnery would be worthy.
... we realize that we cannot eat money". Wisdom attributed to the First Nation Cree
We arrived in Burgos in early afternoon, very pleased with our pace for the day. The sun was very hot, and it would have been difficult to go much further in this heat. We rode into the city through another most delightful park (I am so impressed with the Spanish attention to creating/cultivating green spaces) and the Camino took us right through the ...
... the remains of El Cid and his wife.
Again I had lunch in the square of the Cathedral and some photos will hopefully show how beautiful the setting was.Having an early night tonight and heading off about 8ish as I want to get some more photos on the way out and the next stop Hornillos del Camino has limited accommodation so I have to psyche myself up for an extra 10 km walk (31km) if the joint is full. But again I am not racing off just to get a bed. ...
... the next few days tough mentally but I find it a fascinating atmospheric landscape. The little settlement of Hornillos is like a ghost town, incredibly quiet and bypassed by any road traffic. I take a short walk after dinner where the evening sky is red in part and the day is coming to a close over the Meseta. Totally ...