I found this website yesterday that gives a virtual map of the terrain on the way to Castrojeriz. I will be walking leg 13 of the Camino de Santiago (Compostelle de St. Jacques, Way of St. James - whatever!) which is consequently one of the longer legs of this part of the trail, clocking in at 29 miles. It's reported to have a whole lot of wind which I am preparing for by giving myself the option to take the bus back to Burgos should I feel so inclined. It is, after all, my vacation.
I am bringing my journal, some good books (in French!) and my obligatory reading on St. James, because he's the real reason I can make this trip hiking and camping like I can. The Spanish leg of the pilgrimage actually takes a good four weeks, but since its incarnation people have come from as far as Poland and North Africa to this point of Spain, just to see the Miraculous tomb of St. James. (Read about the Way of St. James on my best friend Wiki.)
Me, I'll be wimping out and doing two days, but I am certain it'll be equally moving and spiritual for me, if I look for it. Pictures I promise.
See you in ten days!