Gran Hotel Pandorado
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... Queen Sancha had it built to house their tombs. The church was consecrated in 1063 after St Isidore's relics were brought here from Seville and his name was given to the church. The queen and king's donations to the church, along with an agate chalice donated by their daughter, are on display in the small church museum. Recently a scholar has made a convincing argument that this chalice may in fact be 'the holy grail' so Léon is likely ...
... hostess, so she did a little problem solving with a napkin and pen, the product of which is featured in my photos. Our track today climbed gradually all day, traversing two very nice villages one which featured The Cowboy Bar where we had morning coffee, complete with banjo player. We arrived at our destination village by 2 pm and did the washing ...
8km 8C It was wonderful to wake up after 7.30 this morning, and since it wasn't quite light I went back to bed for a while. There was a small coffee shop not far ,playing great music where I had breakfast. It was only 8C when I set off to Convento de San Marcos. It's now the Leon Parador and from the public spaces, I think wonderfully decadent to stay in. It was in that movie. I walked along the Rio Bernesga, crossed at the Puente de ...
... km to Leon passed fairly quickly with a brief coffee stop at an Albergue in Arcahueja. Welcomed on the outskirts of the city by a group of volunteers who handed us a city map and wished us 'Buen Camino' . The walk into the centre of Leon was better marked than expected and found our central Hotel Paris very easily. A kind welcome and rooms that were ready for us meant that we had an afternoon of ...
One legend tells that when the ship with St James body arrived in Galicia, it spooked a horse carrying a groom in a wedding and they fell into the sea. The groom was saved and emerged covered in shells. Hence the pilgrims symbol, the shell, where once upon a time would hang from a robe (used as a scoop for water) now it hangs from backpacks. My Camino shell is chipped & battered. Speaking of backpacks, mine suddenly feels lighter, I feel lighter (I'm not) Our diet is very ...