Husa Puerta De Burgos

Address: 69 Victoria, Burgos, Castile-León, 09006, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 69 Victoria, Burgos, is near Burgos Cathedral, Caves of the Sierra de Atapuerca, Parque de la Florida, and Museo Fournier de Naipes.
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Travel Blogs from Burgos

Day fourteen

A travel blog entry by jazzdog56 on Sep 02, 2014

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... close between 2 & 5. Feels weird to walk across the "Plaza Mayor". And hear your name called. "Mom jeans" (as shorts) are totally "in" with young teenage girls. With European 220 volt power (and a converter) my iphone will fully charge in about 20 minutes Young teen girls are the same everywhere. Not a chance of eating a meal until 8 PM but you can drink all evening if you wish. Vending machines have cans of beer for 1 ...

Ages to Burgos!!!!

A travel blog entry by mollytucker on May 07, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... is very large, very busy, and very loud. The perk of the day however was the cathedral. Ill let the pictures speak for themselves. It was quite enjoyable to do alone. One thing I forgot about in the larger cities in Spain are the beggars. Unfortunately they are on a system and know how to work the tourists. One approached my mom and I and asked for many and wouldn't listen to "no!" Finally after about a 5 minute begging routine age finally left. It can be quite frustrating. That ...

**Big Announcement** Burgos

A travel blog entry by rmcaglia on Jul 17, 2013

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We've met a number of people with experience of the camino and based upon there recommendations and our limited time, we've decided to skip the Meseta portion of the camino. This entails catching a bus or train from Burgos to Leon, saving us about 8 days of walking and well over a 100 miles. The main reasons we chose to do this was because we really want to have plenty of time to walk from Santiago to Finisteree and then also Muxia, which ...

The Rest Day

A travel blog entry by marymc21 on Jul 12, 2013

1 comment, 41 photos

... and whopping great guilted altars, that when we were finishing our smoothies in the café outside, we realised it was almost 5pm, and we hadn't even had a siesta. Giovanni joined us for our smoothies too, and we had a bit of his calamari, and fretted about the potential hallucinations and mirages in the meseta ahead of us. After a siesta, it was time to go and collect our washing and provisions for the weekend, since there is ...

New day, new start

A travel blog entry by gillc99 on May 18, 2013

4 photos

... that our days trudge had been in fine weather although it was cold and windy however by the time we met Helen and Paul for an evening meal it was pouring down. We had worn our new gaiters that day and they saved our trousers from being too mud splattered, Tony did a brilliant job of washing them in the bidet at the hotel, they came up like new. Mind you I thought our boots would never be the same again after being clarted in so much mud. But ...