Hotel Las Terrazas
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... that we went back there for lunch. It was a good call as we were happy again with what we had especially with spaghetti bolognese for Greg and risotto for me. :)
The second half of the day was for working. And we will have to pack our things nicely so we don't have to spend much time repacking while in Bilbao. Driving into the city of Bilbao will be a bit complicated and can be stressful. We are planning to review the way and do a dry run tonight.
... with a cup of hot tea and a muffin from a local shop. There was a little more activity around and we saw tractors working the paddocks and even a distant shepherd with a flock of sheep and 2 working dogs. Just before entering Castrojeriz we came through an arch that was attached to the ruins of a huge building and it was a hospital for pilgrims built in ...
... have decided that we prefer the climb to the descent. It's much easier on the bodies. As we left Hontanas, we began to notice canes and broken broomsticks by the side of the Camino. We counted more than two dozen. They looked like toy canes and broomsticks that were patched together by tape in different sections. We're not sure of the significance, but maybe some sort of festival or saint re-enactment, in which the ...
... and take pictures. Alyssa and I decided to nap since we had been up much of last night.
Noel, the nun, took very good care of Alyssa and cooked her a simple dinner of rice and bouillon. We had a wonderful communal meal, pilgrim mass and group prayer time. One of the women had her pack stolen today- what a terrible thing! Good reminder for all of us to watch their stuff always!
Tomorrow we will explore Burgos and head to ...
... true from my experience. Something to do with the Spanish use of ancient wheat stocks rather than hybridised wheat. So I kept the sandwich and apple for lunch and ate/drank the rest. We set off around 8 am and our first stop was a little place called Ages which was just under 4 kms away. A well timed stop for toiletting and a drink before heading off toward the next town (Atapuerca) 2 1/2 kms away. The prehistoric caves found at Atapuerca some years ago and declared ...