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... to work. For me, the smaller towns stand out, in particular our amazing hosts Jose and Cielo in Granada (and of course the free tapas, and who can forget the amazing Alhambra), the colourful flower patio festival in Cordoba, and watching the soccer final with the locals, as well as walking the old city walls in Girona. So many highlights and so many memories. All I can say is the Spaniards sure know how to live life, and we have thoroughly enjoyed living it with them!!
... and very, very big.
I haven't really walked around much in Castrojeriz, but it definitely looks like a really nice town. I may try to go to a little market and get some food, I'm getting a little tired of the same stuff all the time, although, I did have albondigos the other night (meatballs) and a cheeseburger in Burgos. But, because of my cold, I really couldn't tell you how good the cheeseburger was, but I can tell you, they can't serve it as rare in the US.
... Aragon, and admired the citadel and had a coffee trying desperately to say it in Spanish and not french.
We arrived at a nice campsite just outside the town of Burgos and had to put the heater on - it was a bit chilly. Not what we are used to at all!
Monday 7th October
From the campsite it was a 30 minute walk along the banks of the river to the city centre.
It was a lovely sunny day but with a distinct autumnal ...
... spawns of peppers and salted policeman) we took a random drive around the nearby villages and farms. There was field upon field of sunflowers which were just stunning.
The temperature has really dropped, it feels freezing, had to get the long trousers and coats out for the first time, 22 degrees!!!! Yesterday it was 35!! ...
... 10.30am, along with dozens of other pilgrims.
As we prepared to get on our way again, we noticed another of cycling's hazards: William had a flat tyre. He pulled under the shelter of the nearby church portico to change the tube while I continued slowly on my way. Once I eventually got to the top of the next hill where it actually did flatten out, instead of breathing a sigh of relief, I was mortified to see a sea of mud in front of me where a small group ...