Hotel Las Terrazas
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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... break. And as I went up in the glazed lift, there were various walking shoes and socks surreptitiously put out to dry on the internal windowsills overlooking the atrium.
Burgos is a great city. Walking around today I saw extended families strolling about, several First Holy Communions being celebrated, and there's a big Confirmation service at the Cathedral tonight. As I entered the Cathedral, a wedding was just beginning. The whole scene ...
... and dirt to make a very flat path for us to walk on. This was on stark contrast to the difficult walk on old Roman roads a couple of weeks ago in Navarra. Muchas Gracias, Castrojeriz! We finally had to pay our penance to the Camino, by walking back up to the Meseta this morning. It was a 12% grade which means steep. We paced ourselves and by 8:05 and after 3.2 miles we reached the pinnacle and the Meseta. After only a couple of hundred yards, we arrived ...
... the castle you can look out over miles and miles of flat plain.
When we were at the very top of the castle, I leaned out over the wall - and came face to face with a kestrel! I'm not sure who was the most surprised! I jumped back, but he stayed still and I ...
... the city with the gypsy man and his son who had tried to steal Boomers backpack. It was kind of neat to recognise it. Most of todays walking was on the Meseta, which is a relatively flat part of Spain between the cities of Burgos and Leon. Although pictures I had previously seen, showed it quite golden with crops of wheat and sunflowers (and probably a lot of other crops), at present it is all green, which makes it much nicer on the eyes. ...
... We all had a great night which was a good way to finish as I expect we won't see this group together again.
Headed off after having a coffee at the little cafe (see photo). Not much of a breakfast but Warren bought us a banana each to ward off the hunger pains as we expected to get into Burgos about 11.30am.
We started well and went through a village a few kilometres down the track and then climbed a fairly steep hill. Tough going as it was very rocky ...