Hotel Las Terrazas
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... for lunch and it can cost anywhere from 7 Euro to 20 Euro, but it's pretty good value and great food with lots of seafood and calamari.
We celebrated Maria's mother birthday lunch. She doesn't look a day over 70 and dresses impeccably and is completely with it. We had about a six course lunch with wine and cake.
In Burgos all the people go promenading along the river and in the square where they sit soaking up the sun ...
... black sheep in the mix. I am sure the view up here would have been gorgeous but we couldn't tell because everything was disguised in clouds. Like yesterday, we pulled off into the first cafe we came across along with everyone else to warm up and have a snack. We continued on through the muck and mud. Our feet literally ...
... was thank goodness we're here (no stops after coffee) and where's some food! Didn't even stop for showers at the hotel. Much of the day was sheer slog on hard roads and the last 6km into Burgos was the pits, simply walking the roads into town. Burgos is a large city and perhaps the largest we will encounter the whole trip. We did take an alternate route into town around the airport which is the same distance just mud instead of ...
So, I kicked around Burgos for the day, went to Dominos and had some pizza and REFILLS of Pepsi! I checked out the castle and some of the other sights within the City. I had a negative view of the place from my two previous visits on the bus, but actually getting into the City and walking around, I was really surprised how nice it is.
I also went to the farmacia and got compeed and something for my cold. The farmacista told me I had two choices for the ...
... short at 15 miles, it was really tough because much of it was on ********crete and asphalt. Once in Burgos, we visited one of the most magnificent cathedrals we'd ever seen. It had 22 chapels in it situated around the perimeter of the main cathedral. There should be plenty of pictures posted to this entry. We also overstayed our welcome in a nice cafe using there Internet and enjoying lunch with wine as we waited for our 520pm bus ...