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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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... going to lose our mirrors) then back into the only available stall, twenty turns later with Deb directing and Jack maneuvering the unwieldy vehicle. Finally settled in, we grabbed our luggage and headed to the front desk for check in. After receiving our room keys, the clerk informed us that we could not stay in the parking stall as all hotel parking had been allocated and we would have to go elsewhere. I thought Jack was going to blow a gasket! The clerk explained ...
... in. The keypads here are a bit different than at home, and while I know the password 'word', D recalls the pattern, and the keyboards here are in numbers. So, at some point we locked ourselves out. No problem says the lady from the bank, just pop by any branch and the password can be reset. I advise her we are in northern Spain and just can't pop by a Canadian branch ... is there anything she can do. She says, "No. Sorry. Have a good vacation."
... be the last night with Ed and Carol as they need to make up time by heading on by bus to Leon. They have helped make my Camino adventure so far very memorable and special and I will miss them a lot. Carol and Ed, thank you so much for your friendship and I know we will always be part of a special 'Camino family' through our shared ...
... the apple tree, confirming Maria's wish that a church for her be built on that spot. Under the patronage of Dona Berenguela, Queen of Castille, construction of the church was begun in 1214. (Although the signage refers to a Colegiata, or Collegiate church, it is currently actually an Iglesia.) After our naps we ventured out into the heat to find a place for dinner and some provisions for breakfast tomorrow. It's 5:20 and most of the eateries and markets ...
This morning we hit the road again after our day off. Our packs felt heavy, our joints stiff, and everything just a little rusty. We walked close to two miles to exit Burgos and then an additional 4 to our first town. Here, we stopped for a snack before entering the infamous Meseta. The Meseta is the high plateau area of Spain. Many pilgrims suggest and do avoid this area as there is little ...