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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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... as the base for his government-in- waiting.
We walked high up into the hills behind the cathedral for the views over town. We then returned to the centre of town and got lost on our way back to the hotel ! The temperature dropped quite dramatically and we were pleased to get a break to doze and warm up.
At about 9pm we headed into town to enjoy Saturday night. Casa Ojeda had a long queue so we ...
... very welcoming. The WiFi did not work (we did get our money back), and it was very cold. Not just cold cold, but that horrid damp cold we get in the UK that penetrates the bone and sets all the joints aching. So we decided that one night would suffice, we could come back to Burgos another time, and would set off for Salamanca in the morning.
Next episode, sunshine in Salamanca followed by rain in Caceres, to follow soon.
... Brazilians studying in Germany and a young German guy. The 2 Brazilians are going to Santiago, Finisterre then down to Oporto. They have until mid October. They are cooking their own food, pasta most nights. Tonight they came back from a stram outside village with a bag of what llooked to me like very large cockroaches ! They asked some locals could they eat them, an old lady said some people eat them. They cooked them up in a pot and ate them. Yuk.
... the end of the Camino do that we can arrive on the Saturday and attend the pilgrim mass on the Sunday. The walk out of Burgos along the river and gardens was a lot more pleasant than on our way in 2 days ago. It was nice and cool in the shade and much more residential than industrial. We made the 11kms in good time reaching Tardajos at midday. In looking out the bus ...
... laid low daily with physical issues of one sort of another, be it feet, knees, back, tendinitis or whatever. Clearly no matter what plans we have made, our bodies will decide how fast and how far we can travel. For some reason, I am in great shape (so far) and am having no difficulties. So... what to do??? I have come to several conclusions. 1. The most important priority for me on this adventure is the opportunity to have ...