Hesperia Isla la Toja
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Car rentals
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... received Jim's i-message on her smart phone. Following Anne's advice, Jim called his Nurse Practitioner's (Stephanie) answering service (it being Sunday morning) and explained the situation, giving the service his email address. Within 20 minutes , Jim received an email response from Stephanie, via her smart phone (she was at Sunday morning chuch services) asking how she could help! Jim explained what had happened via email and a few minutes ...
... a good chat with him about chocolate history, and I picked up a grand old chocolate pot from the 1800's from him. We lined up at the Pilgrims office and got our official certificate, the Compostela, written in Latin, by showing the stamped pilgrim passport. The final thing I wanted to do to complete my journey was to attend the mass in the Cathedral, my first of my trip. It was in Spanish, and I didn't understand a word, but the singing was lovely, a cute little nun with a knock ...
... and hessian so a little disappointed with photos. We had a formal group photo and were delighted to find that the photographer had photoshopped the picture and we are standing in front of a fully restored Cathedral. As with any major European historical site we were overwhelmed by the number of "tour groups". We had to queue up behind hundreds of non- pilgrims to get inside and ...
... duty of the incense swinging. Really impressive. After the service i walked out into the square and sat down by myself and just looked. There were groups of pilgrims breaking out into song and people celebrating everywhere. I got to catch up with the new Zealand guys and they were going for a beer. What a jolly good idea. Before we left there took a photo of my grandad's bible and i in the square! I then ran into Bruce and Darlene and they ...
... We headed out to walk around and get tapas at my favorite bar across from pilgrim office. We happen to run into Al and Sandy Stone from Williamsport. They were part of the crew we started with. We had a nice chat and then headed to the pilgrim museum. Very cool photos on first floor. Worth the 1.50 entrance price! More window shopping, got gelato, food for morning and headed in around 11:00. Stew actually finally has a foot problem, well other than the ...