Husa Puerta De Burgos
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... located underneath the hotel. The next morning we returned to the airport, picked up the car. We ordered an economy car, but the one we received is a Volvo hatchback, larger than anticipated. So with "Nagatha" in hand (our GPS) and our Via Michelin directions we were off ( after a few trying moments trying to get out of the rentals parking lot). Being that it was our 23rd Anniversary, we were trying desperately not to get at each other's throats trying to navigate our ...
... the logic in the system
- With no offense to our smoker friends, we feel like our meals are eaten in bingo halls
D had an afternoon nap and I attempted to upload some photos, with a very slow wifi connection. This might be a good time for some language learnings:
- Wifi is pronounced Wee-Fee
- Gracias is pronounced ¨Grathias¨
- Villa is pronounced ¨Beeya¨ ... so a town we came across called Villabilla ...
... cathedral towers, for fabulous views of the town. Apart from that, we spent most of the time just wandering around the town, admiring all the buildings, and getting our last tapas fix! We also had to try the town’s infamous hornazo – a pie with the main ingredients being chorizo, ham, pork, pork fat and boiled egg. It was actually quite disgusting, but we had to try it! We also did the obligatory market, where we bought the sweetest, most delicious cherries ...
Spent morning at the cathedral and middle of the day at the museum.
I am not sure whether walking or site seeing is more exhausting! All the stuff we saw was very cool though.
Another change in plans... We were all heading to Leon but ran into Silas and Peter... So the girls will stay in Burgos with Silas and Peter will go on to Leon with Stew and I... Crazy crazy. The girls and maybe Silas will meet up with us in a few days.
... had fallen and found our hotel, parked, dropped bags, and went back out to see the nightlife and find some dinner. Obviously the dinner goal was morcilla, and we were not disappointed. We found a fantastic bar/restaurant from my LonelyPlanet Spain book that not only had delicious blood sausage with a tomato and vinaigrette garnish, but every other dish that we ordered was fantastic. It was actually so good that the next day after going on a good long walk around the city ...