Conde Luna Hotel
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... There is supposed to be a ghost as well! I was amazed at the ceiling in one room which has been restored and shows the original beautiful painted decorations? The museum was also holding an exhibition of paintings by Alfredo Arreguin, a well known Mexican painter. They were unusual but very interesting.
We enjoyed wine and tapas on the plazas, especially one evening when a group of musicians from Santander in the north was having ...
... even if ever so brief, that we never know when our time will be up. And during the time we are graced, from whatever powers that may be with continued life, we should LIVE. Live richly, deeply, and enthusiastically. Live, live, live. I tried to do that today while walking but instead I just felt sad. Tomorrow, back to living, with Leza and Tom as my ...
... less than my positive self it's due to sleep deprivation, heart palpitations and a lack of breakfast... OH well if that's the worst thing that happens on the Camino, I'm pretty lucky :) On a more positive note...the first 11 kms of today's walk I walked on my own. Whilst I really enjoyed catching up with the family on Skype this morning, I was feeling a little flat and just needed to be alone. I walked slowly at first processing things and receiving inspirations as I walked, writing ...
... relatively warm at 6 degrees when we headed off for Mansilla. Richard thought from his GPS that it was about 22km to get there. As it turned out, we got the staggers after about 20km as we walked along the same road the whole time. As the trees were spaced every 10 metres, it got awfully boring. Again, luckily, the wind was up and behind us so we made good time. Another plus with having the wind behind us was that we all had beans ...
... James whose soldiers provided protection for the pilgrims. The original building was demolished in the sixteenth century and the construction of the present building, on the original site, commenced in 1515. Google "Paradore Leon " - a truly amazing place to stay - it is quite overwhelming to be living as part of history. We spent the afternoon wandering around Leon and had dinner at the Paradore - amazing restaurant & ...