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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Puebla Burgos
We had a room on the 4th floor - it was like being in an attic garrett! The only problem was that the room was hot, we couldn't turn the heat off. We could open the window, except it was raining and when the wind blew we had to close it. The bed was comfy, the shower was great, breakfast was included. We would definitely stay here again.
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... saw it too, but by the time I got the camera sorted he had flown off! you can imagine my language! Rob then spotted a harrier way up above, and we also saw a' different looking wheatear.'
Tomorrow is Corpus Christi so at midnight there were fireworks going off ...
... What a mess for them and for at least one of them his weekend is over. No hope of fixing.
The temp ranged from 7-10 all day though the arvo crept to 15 but seriously with the wind it would have been lucky to be 4 degrees! Freaking freezing and this ninja stayed a ninja all day again today. It rained all day and as we hit the flat the wind side swiped us all day and then we hit the mud! 3km of watching every step trying not to go "a over t" nor twist ...
Today is Friday and it has been a wonderfully relaxing day. When we set out (many moons ago, it feels like!) we called this our grand adventure. And an adventure it has been! Last night over dinner, we compared our photos and marveled at how much we have already seen and done. It is absolutely amazing! We have, as you know, hit a few road blocks, so we have taken a few days to decide the best way to ...
... and we heard a loud whistle from an older gentleman sitting on the park bench. With his cane he pointed us back on the camino. Even today we walked through a small town and a group of older women were clapping to get the attention of a couple of girls that made a left, instead of a right. It's usually the older grandparents that wake up early and point us back on the camino. Thank god for them or we may have ended up on ...
... all that changed when the Orisson Albergue appeared immediately around the corner. After a second day in Roncesvalles to rest and a bus trip somewhere after that, we met up with them again in Los Arcos. They decided their Camino would include hotels wherever possible, extra days for rest, and an occasional bus. We enjoyed their conversation (once they had a beer or two in them) and wish them well.
~ Christine and Pete (a retired attorney with an earring and a ...