Tryp Fernan Gonzalez

Calera 17, Burgos, Castile-León, 09002, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Calera 17, Burgos, is near Cathedral of Santa Maria, Cartuja de Miraflores, and Orbaneja del Castillo.
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Travel Blogs from Burgos

Adios Espana!

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on May 29, 2014

1 comment, 31 photos

... Salamanca’s other big must do is its university (the oldest university in Spain) – namely its Plateresque fašade which has been beautifully carved, and amongst other things, is hidden a little frog, which if you can find it, is meant to bring you luck (and means you will be married within 12 months). It’s not hard to find given all the souvenirs you can find around the town showing (SPOILER ALERT!!) that it is placed on the top of a skull (not to ...

Hornitos and Castrojeriz

A travel blog entry by patrickhaggerty on Apr 14, 2014

1 comment, 38 photos

... one I can take WITH water and one WITHOUT water. I of course took the one WITHOUT water because I've never heard of such a thing, I wanted to try it. I also got some Compeed for my blisters. There are few products in this world that actually perform better than expectations; RainX, Oxy and Compeed. Let me tell you, this stuff is like a cloud for my blisters. I can't even feel them when I walk. I did change my shoes and that has completely alleviated my ankle ...

Villafranca to Burgos 42.86km

A travel blog entry by amyandaz on Sep 08, 2013

4 comments, 16 photos

... mass circles, with a pile of rocks in the middle with a boot and a cross standing firm. It was very strange, there was no one else around and it felt eerily like a ritualistic mark of some kind. We descended down into Burgos which felt like it took hours. We walked along the road for at least 10km leading into Burgos, which has been the hardest part of this walk yet. There was no scenery, just concrete under our ...

A Day Off in Burgos

A travel blog entry by europepilgrims on Aug 27, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... Rosemarie has normally done. With concentrated clothes detergent in hand, he set up shop in the bathroom, using the tub as the wash basin, and the bidet as the rinse station...(PS...this is the most sensible usage we have found for a bidet) was a really good upper body workout squeezing soapy water through the clothes, wringing, then repeating for the rinse. Robert has developed a greater admiration for his Irish great ...

TIOMM. Day 13, Thursday, 20th June, 2013

A travel blog entry by jimhilbert on Jun 21, 2013

... 7:15 heading for Burgos. It is foggy. Cannot see more than about 50m. Herman the German fell in with me a little surprised at my pace as he had thought I would be much slower if I was only doing 20-25k per day. He stuck with me because he was a little frightened of getting lost in the fog and was unsure of the yellow arrows that signal the way to follow. You actually have to be a little careful not to miss them. Next town ...