Almirante Bonifaz Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with a top temp of only 12 C, a bit reminiscent of Melb before it decided to spring into the high 30Cs.
Next day we looked at the interior of the cathedral where there was so much to see, with all the chapels housing some beautiful art and sculpture. The cathedral itself has pure Gothic lines brought by French influence. We walked through the Santa Maria arch to unexpectedly encounter several large Henry ...
... life in 884 as a strategic fortress on the frontline between the Muslims and the rival kingdom of Navarra. It was surrounded by several burgos (villages), which eventually melded together to form the basis of a new city. Centuries later, Burgos thrived as a staging post for pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago and as a trading centre between the interior and the northern ports. During the Spanish Civil War, General Franco ...
... her killing spree and caught a snake - she scared the life out of me when she plunged into a bush and emerged with a snake in her mouth but at least she didn't get bitten. I now have the job of teaching her to leave snakes alone, not easy when you rarely see them. In the evenings I socialised with a lovely couple from Kent and so I had everything from lovely scenery, good walking and good company. Interestingly it was so hot that I was able to watch spring come and go in ...
... the first Camino, so we were excited to begin in familiar territory. Once we were settled in, out came the map to determine tomorrow's destination. I called ahead to make a reservation and then schedule two of our three backpacks to be shuttled to our accommodations (6€ each). We decided to play it safe, start slow and easy, and see how it goes. I will carry the third backpack ...
... the dawn of the 20th Century and there were works by, Chagall, Picasso, Kandinsky, Miro, Rothko, Jackson Pollock, Warhol, you name it, they’ve got it. Also a lot of interesting sculptures and “installations”.
A visit to the Guggenheim is not complete without a visit to the restaurant. When we were here four years ago we had a taster menu cooked by Josean ...