Rey Arturo Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to hike to the previous day. I bought some cheese and chorizo from a market and caught some wifi at a cafe while I drank some coffee. While here I came to an important and transformative realization! On my schedule I had a day listed as stopping in Meseta. Meseta is not a town, it's a mesa, a geographical feature I was going through right now. I'm not sure how this mistake was made, but what it meant was that while I thought I was ...
When we left the Alberque in Ages, we didn't get far because we discovered the bar next door was already opened for breakfast. We enjoyed our cafe con leche with croissants along with our room mates, then took off at a good clip for Burgos. I was sleepy because I hadn't slept well in the bunk due to sore feet. It was a cool misty morning so I needed my fleece and rain coat. It didn't seem to take very long before we were in ...
... the Camino, sleeping in a tent and with a donkey carrying their baggage. They are making very slow progress because some days the donkey won't walk. Really strangely, about 20 minutes after he told me that story, we met an old man, who looked like a seasoned pilgrim, walking the other way with a donkey. It was a lovely sight.
As I left a coffee stop a very nice Irishman sitting under a tree eating a picnic said hello to me. He was really warm and we got chatting. They ...
... it again. That's for sure.
After the bull fight the city had a festival. That went. All. Night. Long. They put Americans to shame with partying. They didn't stop. The best was when a full parade with a full band came down the street at five am. Dan and I couldn't hold back a laugh. Like what a weird thing to happen at that time.
There's been a LOT of beautiful churches and building along the way. The problem with this though is many people aren't ...
... were the wind in the wheat and poplar trees, and so many birds singing their own sweet songs.... Not a soul for miles. Wales through the arches of these ruin from 1146. This convent was dedicated to help pilgrims that got the disease called the Fire of Anton that spread through the Middle Ages. Arrived at Castrojeriz... A charming small town... I took a walk up the road and stumbled into a honey hole of nectar. While I was walking I saw an interesting man ...