AC Hotel Leon San Antonio by Marriott
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What a glorious day! Feet improved...hotel comfortable. ..city is beautiful! Toured the Santa Maria Cathedral built in 1230 a.d. .. actually photographed a "pregnant" Mary.. she is typically always carrying her son! Just goes to show yeah Jen .. that they did maternity shots back then too! Limped the streets like troopers but felt we had a 50% percent improvement and hope for ...
... the cave was impressive and beautiful. (In terms of experience, personally, I think the cave we visited in Nicaragua at night where we saw countless number of bats hanging from the ceiling was the best. I still cannot forget how they were perfectly avoiding us when flying around by using their sensors. I could feel a little wind by their wings right next to my face and yet none of them touched ...
... had the usual Gaudi style of shapes inspired by the natural world and interesting, intricate designs. I'm so in love with Antonio Gaudi, and he's the prime, but not only, reason I think I could live in Barcelona. Access of this building was to the basement, where there were all sorts of relics, stone and pottery and coins, and the upper floors where there were religious collections relating to the Camino. I was far more interested in ...
We enjoyed a sleep in this morning followed by a late/early breakfast/lunch. It was rainy when we awoke and watched pilgrims heading off to conquer the mountain dressed in their wet weather gear. It would have been a really difficult day for them. One girl, Catherine told us yesterday of her intention to climb to the top today and sleep tonight in the open air under the ...
... came along to clean up the mess with a fire hose.
Then the eating and drinking started again this afternoon. The Spanish love to get out and socialize.
I did meet up with Lillyana, as well as others I wasn't sure I would see again. Last night I had dinner with Sabine and Tina and this morning I ran into Kim again. I also saw Yoko, a Japanese woman who slept in the bunk opposite me on my first night in Roncesvalles. I hadn't seen her in a few days. She ...