Francicso brought me back to Burgos at 8 am and I met up with Rosa and Elodia. We had breakfast and got in line for the Municipal Albergue. We were 3rd through 5th in line.
Then we went to Museo de la Evolution which was clearly wonderfully done. The details and explanations of the findings of the earliest evidence of man on the European Continent found in Atapuerca.
Then we met up with Ruth (her last night on the Camino) for dinner.
I love the sculpture of the pilgrim tending to his feet which was outside our Albergue.
Clemente and his friend picked us up at 8:30 and his friend dropped us all off close to Rabe De la Caldazos which took another 13.5 km off of my walking the Camino. I felt a bit guilty, but it was nice not to have to walk all the way through Burgos.
I liked the tiny villageof Rabe De la Caldazos and the little church near it.
When I arrived at San Bol (about 5 km from my destination) which is not a village, but only a small Albergue that holds 12 people. I took off my boots to air my feet and two men from Italy made me a tomato and onion sandwich which just hit the spot. I forgot to take a photo of us at our wonderful lunch, but I saw them when I arrived in Hotanas.