Posada del Canonigo
Travelers also looked at:
TripAdvisor Reviews Posada del Canonigo El Burgo
Travel Blogs from El Burgo
... remote location but almost directly
underneath the hilltop castle built almost six centuries before the cavern’s
discovery. I honestly wasn’t expecting too much because I had never heard about
them previously, but they turned out to be one of the most beautiful caves I’ve
ever seen in terms of the formations in them, less a matter of sheer size than
the fantastic stalagtites, stalagmites, and other ...
... there are storks on the tower and I woke from my siesta to the sounds of the storks. So strange and different noise to my ears.
Did a small shop as I had run out of eggs. I carry boiled eggs in my pack because unless you want to have a steady diet of bread - all carb and no protein - you better do something for yourself. As a vego there isn't a lot of option. Couldn't buy a half dozen so just put the left overs on the communal kitchen with a note to help yourself and ...
... I've gobsmacked myself at how you simply get back the Spanish language. My Spanish is rudimentary at best and if they talk at great speed I'm lost but I can quickly order things and get a basic understanding of what people are trying to say - just saying I'm impressed with me! Then the thought crosses my mind.....should I spend a few months here and attend a language school? Sounds like a grand excuse to be in Spain - did I tell you I LOVE SPAIN?
... edge of the road that we cultivate in flower gardens at home, people riding horses in the streets, and, we are in Andalusia so they are simply stunning, the feel and pull of the Camino and Spain is fully present.
Tonight's digs is the municipal Albergue, though only 20 beds, we are in a room of 6. Andrés and Carmen have joined us and when we finally leave the bar we'll find out who else has joined us for roomies. Beers €1, I had some ...
... refused to understand a word I was saying. Lucky I’ve already had my confidence boosted this morning. The lady in the tourist office told me of two pensiones ‘just near here’, but though the booklet she gave me turned out to include a map she didn’t bother to point out where so I spent a while searching. The first had two twin rooms, one full and one with a German man who wouldn’t mind sharing, plus a bed on the landing which was ...