Hotel Alfonso V
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... emperor, was its commander for a few years.
As one walks around the city you can see brass sandal prints. These show that there are Roman ruins below. There are also brass shells, showing the Pilgrims’ Way. We also saw plenty of For Rent or For Sale signs and too many Liquidation signs in shop windows.
We were pleased to find that the Museum at the Real Colegiata de San ...
... of the day. I am hoping for a much nicer day tomorrow when we head to Astorga, about 28.5 kms away. Meanwhile, we enjoy the evening at Villadangos with the other pilgrims staying here. The Inspirational piece today is a bit of light hearted relief. Before I left work to come on this trip, Guy Masters' responded to my invitation to give an inspirational piece, by telling me "dont talk to strangers". lol. I initially dismissed it but ...
... I like to write my blog, answer emails and other messages in that setting, perhaps the vino tinto helps the creative process? We met Tony and Bert getting out of the elevator as we were getting in so we invited them to join us when they were ready. Which they did. We sat outside for over two hours; it was so nice! We decided on pizza for dinner because I knew I'd be guaranteed something vegetarian; have I mentioned how I'm over vegetarian tuna lol Bedtime ...
It's 2:30pm and I'm sitting outside our accommodation for tonight in Mansilla de las Mulas writing this whilst sipping vino tinto and eating olives...I know! Who would have thought I'd ever put an olive in my mouth but here I am doing such a thing...they are delicious! And yes, I know it's only 2:30pm, considered by some to be a bit early to be drinking vino tinto, but you know, all I have to do is walk another 18 kms tomorrow so all is good :) Three French people just ...
Today we drove from San Sebastián to Leon. Leon is a fantastic city - so full of history & culture. We booked in at the Leon Paradore - Paradores in Spain are historic buildings which have been turned into hotels. This five star Parador was originally a monastery founded in the twelfth century to provide lodging for the pilgrims travelling to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia .It later became the headquarters of the Order ...