Hotel Alfonso V
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... from a wealthy family in Leon, furnished with furniture, hand painted wallpaper,ma first for the town back then and items from the world exhibition in France in readiness for his proposal to his niece. However, she rejected his proposal and so he never lived in the house and never married. The house is presented as it was, back then, minus its kitchen and is run by the foundation of his nephew, his heir, who also died without marrying, thus ending ...
... 7 kms of the Camino today was devoid of any village or amenities until we reached the town of Reliegos, only 6.1 km from Mansilla de las Mulas. Apparently the name of Mansilla de las Mulas derives from "mano en silla" meaning "hand on the saddle" and "de las mulas" meaning "of the mules". The town was previously a prominent town as a livestock market. At Reliegos we stop for a rest and something to eat and shortly we are joined by Sharron and then ...
... from Vancouver was our new roommate. We covered 31.4 km today. This was Pat an Dennis longest walk and both felt good considering the distance. Cumulative is 456 km. After having a shower we headed downtown for a pilgrim's supper at one of the restaurants. The restaurant was on the large village square. The town office featured a clock with two characters that struck the bells on the hour and half hour. The square was active with locals coming down to visit, have a drink and play ...
... though we never understood a word), but the acoustics of this 500 year old building was incredible. The centre dome carried the sounds. The choral group is C oral San B ls Abesbatzq from Burlada, Navarra. I walked 34 km today. Cumulative walked to date 403 km. I am now over half way to Santiago and feel blessed to have had an opportunity to experience Spain and pilgrims from all over the world who are experiencing the Camino in their own ...
... a balcony overlooking the parterre gardens and river through the poplar trees. Needless to say once I got in there, it needed a shoe horn to get me out! A long luxurous bath, and extended siesta later.. I met up with a fellow traveller to celebrate their halfway mark before heading back up into town to meet up with some others who had been kind enough to loan me anti itch cream - just didn´t think of that one did I?! More pre dinner drinks later, waiting for ...