Almirante Bonifaz Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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When we woke up (late) this morning, we had the whole family of 5 hoopoes digging on our pitch.
Their long beaks have left holes all over the place and they've also left Hoopoe pooh pooh!!
Very hot again today so we did some washing and waited until late afternoon, when it had cooled a bit before we went for a ...
... as well as part of a palace. It is a fascinating place with incredible history. At 12:00 there is a Sung Mass here in the 13th century Cathedral which I attend with Tony, Bert, Kym, Sharron, Heather and David. The Choir were all young boys with Angelic voices and the church was full. It really was beautiful and inspirational. After the Mass we all went to have coffee and a bite of lunch nearby. This group of people have become ...
The plan was a 16 km hike and Ann thought she would bus and meet us there and have another rest day or walk the first 9km to Castrojeriz and then cab but I think she hurts so much and really is a mess and in the end decided to not make any decision and may meet us later down the track. With all the fluffing around it meant that I re packed my pack 3 times and Hedley and I didn't get off until 8am and we decided to walk 26 km to ...
... about this decision, as it meets both of our needs. We will miss each other tho! We've become quite attached, and love each others company! (and Cathy has to stay in an Alburge by herself while I 'suffer' in a hotel for one night.
There sure were a few days when the disappointment seemed overwhelming, but then we realized that this is what a pilgrimage is all about. And this is what life is all ...
Altapuerca. We were sitting having breakfast in our concrete protuberance of a hotel when to our amazement our "Man with a wheelbarrow" rounded the bend. He came in for his breakfast, Rhonda commended him on his speed and he deflected the compliment, chiding us for our slow riding. We figured that he would have had to have walked 8km by 9am to be at this hotel. We further hypothesised that there are several ...