Hotel Silken Gran Teatro
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... spent hours in the Museum of Human Evolution. We actually went by the excavation site at Atapuerca as we walked into Burgos yesterday. A fascinating museum that links human evolution for over a million years. This was one of the best museums we have ever visited, with a large number of unique and intriguing displays. We also walked by the large statue of El Cid who has become a legend in Spain and a national hero. We watched ...
Today began with a sky filled with clouds but luckily the rain held off all day. We walked about 6 miles to the first town where we stopped in a nice square for a rest and snacks. Today was the day of ruins which you will see pics of below. One was actually an old monastery and hospital. Now, it serves as a very primitive Albergue without proper roofing or electricity. ...
... from it being a palm tree to a time out signal. Today though all was revealed...it is the symbol for San Anton. With only 4 kms to go I was feeling really good. Usually by 12:30pm I still have another 10 kms to go! Anyway, we reached Castrojeriz at 1:30pm. Another beautiful village undergoing refurbishments. I guess the lucrative pilgrim dollar is the prompt for this given over 1,250,000 people have walked the Camino since 2009 with numbers increasing annually. ...
... garlic soup or macaroni for entree; fish, lamb, black pudding, Spanish omelette or pork for main meal; and yoghurt, creme caramel, rice pudding, ice cream or fruit salad. You can see the vegetarian options are vast... Let's just say I've resorted to eating fish at least every second day.
In this stage of the Camino between St Jean Pied de Port and Burgos I've met people who have walked, or are walking one section at a time, primarily because they live on the ...
... and really non "Palm Beach" end of Burgos....we had been prepared for this, but at the end of a long journey it seemed for ever!! Also Amr admitted after we arrived that he had a very painful foot - a seriously blistered little toe (now dressed and dealt with by doctor and nurse) - and that must have been ghastly for him. We had sighted the enormous and famed cathedral of Burgos soaring in the horizon as we ...