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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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Today was restful. We slept in. Got some supplies. I bought some new shoes in hopes of alleviating some foot pain. We had a burger for lunch. Took a nap. I wandered a around town. And we are gearing up got hitting the road again tomorrow. With my restfulness came zero pictures. I'm disappointed in myself as this town is very beautiful. I guess I'll …
Today we woke to more rain. From the moment we set out, we were met with rain and wind! We had one hill to contend with this morning leading to the top of a sheep trail. The huge herd (?) of sheep and their two dogs greeted us as we crested. Very unusual sheep, all white with black noses and tips of their ears. As always, there was one black sheep …
... and some tapas at night.
Burgos was quite cold in the mornings and evenings with a cold wind a lot of the time. It gets snow in winter but everyone stills goes out to socialise in the cafés.
Everyone told me Spain would be so hot, but this area of Northern Spain is quite high up.
It is a city we probably wouldn't have gone to normally, but it was a lovely and a good size - only about 180,000 people and full of history.
... At one point, around my shadow, I could see all theses floating circles. Upon looking up, the air above me was filled with white seeds. Pretty cool. The latter half of the day was rock piles and cairns one after the other. A simple yet beautiful spectacle along the trail. We ended tonight in a town of 100. Both Albergues were full by around 4 with the overflow being shown to the church. We were lucky ...
... to Tardajos then walk the 21km to Hontanas. Anne took a taxi to give her calf and shin splint a rest. This turned out to be a smart move as there is no way Anne would have made the journey with the hills, wind and mud. Lari, Nelly, Monika and I made good time to Hornillos del Camino for brunch.
The hills up to just before San Bol were mere pups to the ones we have encoutered before. Then came the long hard slog through about ...