AC Hotel Leon San Antonio by Marriott
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There was a puppy in the kitchen! It was only two weeks old, healthy and fat, lovely puppy breath, eyes just opening, but the mother couldn't cope with 7, so Ana had taken it on to save it from being drowned. It was in a cardboard box, all alone and crying pitifully. She was trying to feed it cow's milk and I tried to help, but it just kept moving towards my skin, looking for its mother and siblings. I doubt she will be able to ...
... passed by this city on the way to Leon a few days ago, and we talked about visiting its templar castle, but there was no description on our guidebook (surprised!) and we couldn't visually locate it from the highway either. Later on we found out we were looking around at wrong area...! Castles especially in Castilla y Leon often are on top of the hills and mountains, and that's where we have been looking. This castle, on the contrary, ...
... bicis. I've noticed on breakfast buffets and in cafes, there are always little cakes in sealed packs. Cheap pilgrims are always stealing them from the buffet and secreting them away to take with them. I don't consider them that valuable, geez, they're just little mass manufactured cheap cakes. But here in Astorga, they are everywhere, and in all kinds of gift packaging, and boxes, they're clearly a popular traditional souvenir/gift to buy when here. The 3 main kinds, that are ...
... other amenities are on site. Tim and I have a private room with a bathroom and heater. We are again rejoicing at God's goodness to us! Tomorrow we plan to walk only 10 miles to Astorga. Mike wants to find a new pair of shoes and Tim needs a poncho and wants to see some sites. The forecast calls for several days of sun beginning on Saturday; we hope that comes to ...
... into Villadangos del Paramo unfortunately runs parallel with a main road. It's really important over the 16kms to remain focused on your journey and not the noise of the cars - otherwise one can be come disillusioned very quickly. A late Breakfast is 4km out of Villadangos in San Martin del Camino - the choices are limited to Tortilla or a slab of bread. I am disillusioned now!! Onwards to Hospital de Orbigo with the heat of the day bearing down on us, ...