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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 ...
... again, and a relaxing arvo. Lunch, sleep, wander around town and more rest. 7.30 dinner in house - and having had lunch here, we knew dinner would be ok. But.... we weren't expecting this! Mushroom soup and pork cheeks.... to die for. And what a funny night. The hosts were beautiful. She spoke good English, and he was so funny. His English wasn't good, but his character made up for it. And... he kept bringing schnapps. Along with the Irish, we had a great ...
... Psychiatrist in Christchurch, originally from Aberdeen, Scotland. Jackie his wife is a Psychologist. They live and work in Christchurch and they have been waiting 3 years for their house to be repaired after the major earthquake there. The road from Valverde is flat, as is the scenery and most of the way we are alongside a road with quite a bit of traffic. Industrial areas are plenty, making for a less pleasant walking experience. ...
... the chocolate capital of Spain. The making of chocolate has been tied up with the history of Astorga for centuries.
Peter bought a hiking stick today. His plan is to wood burn the name of each town we pass through on his hiking staff.
We investigated three pilgrim's albergues for tomorrow night. I liked the small one in the village outside of Astorga. It only has 10 beds and no signs of the dreaded bedbugs! Sylvia and Marcel are coming in by ...