Hotel Isabel

Santa Maria Encimera, 21, Briviesca, Castile-León, 9240, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Briviesca

Day 13 - On the Road Again - Mark

A travel blog entry by ottawacouple


... 7km short of the normal stage for today. The advantage of being off-stage is that there is less demand for beds. Despite arriving after 2pm there were still lots of beds available. Thank you God.

We are starting into a section of the Camino called the Meseta. This is a flat featureless plain with little shade and is the place where, for most pilgrims, the physical challenge changes to a mental one. Tammy and I do "flat" very well having trained in Beckwith Township, but ...

Stuck in St. Juan

A travel blog entry by marymc21


... of the Spanish Civil War (?), ended up bottlenecking with a whole pile of pilgrims, and I began to worry about getting a bed at the monastery, since they only had 58 beds and my feet are really beginning to ache. Laura, on the other hand, was completely refreshed by the rain and was exclaiming things like: "Trees are so kind! Look at all they do for humans! Shade, oxygen, fruit, birds, beauty!! Why can't we have more trees?" and "Oh glorious rain!!!" and "I love mountains. This ...

TIOMM. Day. 14, Saturday, 22nd June, 2013

A travel blog entry by jimhilbert


... this but to injure yourself further or even permanently is crazy. I just think the Yanks are Crazy, I kept thinking of Dr Michael Brignal today. He is doing the Camino in September. Mike you had better announce that your profession is Accountant - just look dumb like me. Then you will not get involved with all these injuries. You could on the other hand set up a blister clinic and or a knee and ankle practice and make a fortune. ...

Day 8 - Burgos Cathedral!!!

A travel blog entry by


... cathedral, we were going to visit a monastery and the Museum of Human Evolution, but both were closed. I forgot that almost every museum in Europe is closed on Monday. Actually I forgot it was Monday. When you are on vacation, every day is the same. So we walked around awhile and then had a really good lunch - cordero - roasted lamb - a specialty of Burgos. We also had a salad - huge - well you can see the picture. It had ...

Day 12 - Belorado to Atapuerca

A travel blog entry by veromarcos


... wanted to go there as there are some caves where they found human remains from one million years back, plus lots of prehistoric remains. It sounded like a perfect afternoon activity. So I had a lunch break at the minute village of San Juan de Ortega (coffee and a huge piece of "empanada de atun" which is a sort of tuna cake - 3,50 euros). There I coincided with the Singing Monk with whom I started walking to Atapuerca. It was quite an interesting chat, ...


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