Posada La Pastora
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I have tended to avoid towns and cities because it is quite difficult with Treacle, but every so often I get a yearning and this time I satisfied it by visiting the city of Burgos in Northern Spain. The Caravan Site was beside a pretty river in the suburbs of the city and it was possible to walk into the centre through a riverside park, making it perfect for me and the dog. I spent my time here lazing around in the sun, walking next to the river, visiting the vets and on ...
... for & a stick of bread for our lunch. Then it was off through Garde and over a big hill (that really had us on the ring) to Anso, where we ate our lunch at the side of the road - it was quite pleasant as we'd a bit of shelter from the wind and the sun was shining. The top of the hill between the two towns was the border between Navarre and Aragon and you could certainly see the district boundary on the road as the ...
Contrary to the impression that one might get from the movies, castles were typically not very nice places to live in. Some rooms had fireplaces and those donīt do a very good job of heating a modern room with eight foot ceilings and R-12 insulation in the walls. Consider a room made completely of stone with 12, 15+ foot ceilings.Floors and walls of the more opulent digs were covered with rugs and tapestries to help make them a bit more ...
... bliss. That instead my eyes were burning and I was about to collapse out of sheer exhaustion.
Early in the afternoon the town abruptly came into view and a little while later I entered its limits. If I was overjoyed from finally arriving, after having walked 25km on my first day, it certainly didn't show in my face nor my composure. I didn't really feel anything at all. I was completely and utterly out of energy.
It was easy to find the auberge that I ...
... I did not even stop to look at the monument for Roland the Brave, nephew of Charlemange, who was slaughtered by the Saracenans ( or the Basque, the legend says) on their way home from a visctorious battle against the Moors. Thus after, Charlemagne vowed to always protect the Camino which in turn would help sustain the life of the Catholic church... Well, enough of that. A great day- well, I forgot to mention the fact it rained for the last three ...