Hotel Las Terrazas

Address: Ctra Burgos-Aguilar Km 3, Burgos, Castile-León, 09001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Ctra Burgos-Aguilar Km 3, Burgos, is near Cathedral of Santa Maria, Cartuja de Miraflores, and Orbaneja del Castillo.
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Travel Blogs from Burgos

To grandmother's house we go! A weekend in Burgos.

A travel blog entry by awilkymacky on Jun 30, 2014

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... there was no homily! Once again, this was quite the interesting experience of a completely different cultural, not just the Spanish culture, but also the monk culture. This gothic style building was built in 1441. In 1452 the palace was damaged by fire and reconstruction took place between 1454 and 1484, during the reign of Isabella I of Castile. After the mass, they opened up the main part of the church for the public to visit. It was stunning! There was a ...

First day off!

A travel blog entry by jgood on May 23, 2014

... convenience. This is normal and good but I'm realizing that part of the cost of comfort and convenience is the loss of adventure and discovery. The Camino experience provided tons of adventure and discovery and was a truly unique experience. Many thanks to Cindy & Jessie for allowing me to be a part of their adventure. It was wonderful to spend this kind of quality time with my beloved wife and niece. Carry on, you two. Buen ...

And a good day was had by all!

A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes on May 20, 2014

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Today was a lovely walk, very cool and windy but the walk itself went through beautiful countryside and the paths were quite good for the most part. We left Hornillos about 8:20 which was a late start by our usual standards, but we knew we had only 20 - 21 kms to walk so it seemed reasonable. We had about 11 kms until we reached Hontanas (population about 80) at around 11 a.m where we stopped for a rest break, hot cafe con leche ...

Cathedrals and Morcilla

A travel blog entry by hstephens123 on Dec 07, 2013

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... the outside of the closed cathedral and the outside of the closed castle, we went back there for lunch. A small Christmas market was also going on at this time and was open even at 11pm after we finished dinner (spanish time) so we wandered through the stalls and picked up some hot wine to guard against the chill of the city in winter. With low temperatures and holiday season lights strung up throughout the city it felt like an appropriate trip to get us into the Christmas spirit.
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Rest Day

A travel blog entry by burke.hamish on Sep 01, 2013

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... our turn. Enter rest day! We decided to make a push to cover the remaining 70km in two days and have a rest day in Burgos. The plan: walk hard and find a hotel in Burgos. Spend the first night in said hotel and then the next in an albergue before heading off as usual for the next leg of our adventure - the Meseta, or the plains of insanity as one guide book has suggested. Plans are made to be changed. We pushed hard, the last 35 km ended up to be 45. ...