Rey Arturo Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the apple tree, confirming Maria's wish that a church for her be built on that spot. Under the patronage of Dona Berenguela, Queen of Castille, construction of the church was begun in 1214. (Although the signage refers to a Colegiata, or Collegiate church, it is currently actually an Iglesia.) After our naps we ventured out into the heat to find a place for dinner and some provisions for breakfast tomorrow. It's 5:20 and most of the eateries and markets ...
... Later the recorded version rang the time. We saw the Irishman, Jude, and an Australian, Lucy. We ate lunch in Hornillo but wanted to get in another 3 miles to a very small town with just one albergue for 12. There were a lot of pilgrims heading up the meseta, high and hot and unshaded flatlands to this town. We had our tent, so we weren't too worried. The group of Germans from last night had been behind us for a couple miles. They ...
... 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. ...
... assumed it was a burger joint. She could have turned around and there were 5 other buildings that had Burgos on them. Shame they were just normal businesses and not food joints. So we find the restaurant 'Hollywood' and some massive burgers, not Burgos. They were great especially after eating quite miserly today. So, we're sitting in the booth and I say to Errin "did you know that onion in Spanish is oniones (un-ee-or-ness)" at which Errin replies "really, I didn't ...
... over. "Ï think you are Jim from Australia is that correct?¨ We then had a long chat about our journey. He has done 1900klm from his home through France and over the Pyranees and Spain. He is a delightful fellow and I am very lucky to have met him. He is also quite smooth and I noticed he was not with the young lady he was with when I first met him. He was now walking with a new young lady. Each to his own! He is delightful and has a great ...