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... members of the Leon Royal family are buried and which has what is described as the "Sistine Chapel of Romanesque art". The murals on the ceiling are impressive (again no photography).
Unfortunately we believe we chose the worst restaurant in Leon for dinner; it was very cheap with no redeeming features. The food was terrible and the waitress surly. The wine was so bad we didn’t finish ...
... br> After lunch, we proceeded through the Green Belt along the Cantabrian Mountains to Leon, lying at the confluence of two rivers. During the Middle Ages, Leon was one of the staging points for pilgrims journeying to Santiago.
We had our work cut out for us trying to find the Hospideria (local bed-and-breakfast) since there is no rhyme or reason to the layout of the old city. Our hostel was right next to ...
... refrained from morning showers and it seems to be working; wet feet equals soft skin which equals blisters...apparently. Anyway, after a late and slow breakfast I did a tour of this building and accompanying church and cloisters; beautiful! Part of the outer wall forms a section of the original city wall built by the Romans. By then the rain had set in so I hung out here for a little while until it cleared and then I headed off to the cathedral with Sharon. It ...
... to do with the injuries they're both nursing... I ate a huge piece of homemade cake I'd purchased back at the hotel we stayed at in El Burgo Ranero and a banana; not much of a lunch I know but I'm sooooo over eating vegetarian tuna lol We all headed off together for the final 6 kms to our destination Mansilla de las Mulas but found our separate spaces not long after. I led the pack, plugged in my music and off I went. The mountains in the distance were a welcome ...
... butterflies, beautiful dragonfly with bright blue butt who would not sit still for his photo, the most noisy frogs, so loud you couldn't talk over them and of course the eternal interest of all those damned storks and their nests. They were running rivers of water through the irrigation ditches today, including through the towns, filling the water towers and paddock ditches. Some of these channels are ancient and still being used and some much newer.