Hotel Alfonso V
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... authentic Romanesque murals from the 11th century. We also saw the Mozarab Bible from the 10th century. It was a hand written bible by two monks. Next we saw the Cathedral of Leon, a Gothic style structure with outstanding stained glass windows.
We are delighted to meet up with some old pilgrims from the first week of our trip. It is so fun to share our experiences with these people. We start the last two weeks of the Camino ...
... Leon for approx 9 kms through the industrial area, and started our walk in La Virgin del Camino - along with other pilgrims we knew. It was a great walk too, straight into off road tracks for a while until Vilar de Mazarife where we had lunch and the girl behind the bar was kind enough to book us into a Casa Rural (the Albergue was full) called Molino Galochas just outside Villavante. Left Mazarife about 3 knowing we had at least ...
We decided to stay another night in Leon and have the girls join us here. Best laid plans.. We had trouble finding 5 beds in an albergues.. Peter is still with is. So we had to start calling the hostels. They are often more expensive. We found one, hostel Antigua, right near cathedral, 49 euros for a condo with 5 beds! Perfect! We had a kitchen and our own bathroom, pure luxury! But wait, tickets from Burgos to Leon sold out! ...
... some archaeological digs of Roman baths, but a self induced walk would be more enjoyable. Pack gets heavy after a bit!
Did a wander and ran into Mr horse and dog Camino man, got lost for a while, eventually stumbled into the square I wanted to find, found my dos amigos there with vino Tinto and tapas. They were grizzling and said it was expensive. My grumpy pants were coming on so needed food, so left them and found a ...
... that sounded like a rocket. I knew right away what it was, and got into the grass as far from the road as I could, safely. As I looked up at the hill, I saw a car, partially airborne, with three heads, all smiling as they were "topping out" their engine. I imagine they were going well over 100mph maybe 120+! I eventually made it to Mansilla de las mulas, under much durress, my feet were in bad shape from blisters. I met the hospitalieros who actually ...