Hotel Tres Coronas De Silos

Address: Plaza Mayor, 6, Santo Domingo de Silos, Burgos, Castile-León, E09610, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Plaza Mayor, 6, Santo Domingo de Silos, is near Cathedral of Santa Maria, Cartuja de Miraflores, and Orbaneja del Castillo.
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    Travel Blogs from Santo Domingo de Silos

    Burgos and surrounds

    A travel blog entry by seanix on Oct 24, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... of French and German gothic. It has an amazing 'gold' staircase, many startlingly beautiful altars, an extraordinary crucifix known as the Burgos crucifix which you should look up if you are into that sort of thing. It is said to be made of real skin and hair and has realistic blood. It is famous, among other things, as the burial place of El Cid. Perhaps the most breathtaking experience of the day was the trip to the small village of Quintanilla de las ...

    I can, I need, I want

    A travel blog entry by lisa.casey on Oct 10, 2015

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... was captured in picture and word and the open hospitality of the space overwhelmed me with tears of gratitude. I sat for a while, wrote a note in the visitor book an took two pieces of chocolate to help fuel my remaining 10 km of the day. It was reassurance to me after leaving my friend that beautiful tender moments and opportunities remained ahead. The road out of Castrojeriz soon reached a ridiculous 15% slope and I was glad to be accompanied by two ...

    Pilgrims in the mist

    A travel blog entry by vkurak13 on Sep 20, 2015

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... side of you. When a cyclist passed me (you can cycle The Camino) I watched him disappear into the ether before me. The first stretch out of Hornillos was almost 11km long and pretty well straight all the way but I still kept my eye out for the Camino signs.

    After Hontanas, the scenery became greener in parts and the entrance into Castrojeriz, although on the road (which I dislike) was really pretty. Castrojeriz ...

    Who are we? Where do we come from?

    A travel blog entry by margoh on Jun 17, 2015

    6 comments, 50 photos

    ... the open in the afternoon. The Canal was used for ships in the 17thC that were pulled by mules, today the canals are used to irrigate the corn and wheat. The church bells welcomed us on the dot at 3pm. We found the 32 bed Municipal Albergue and being Australian get a big bear hug and a pinch on each cheek! Someone always has a brother in Sydney or Brisbane. The shower is wonderful, one euro for 10mins of hot water.... Mmmm heaven..... and spacious, you could almost swing a cat ...

    Ages to Burgos

    A travel blog entry by kimlevering on Jun 07, 2015

    7 photos

    ... out at night. Jens and I arrived before Marcus and had a beer to figure out where we should stay. There were really two options - the municipal albergue for under 10 Euros, or we could split a three-bed room at a hotel/hostel. In the bigger towns where there are things to do at night we have been opting for private rooms so that we aren't forced to go to bed at 10 or 10:30. After much ambivalence, we went this route again, checking in at London & North. I had seen the ...