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... and light art. It was ordered for constructed in 1889 but the bishop died and Gaudi then quit supervising construction. Several other architects completed the work and then it was opened to the public as a museum. We were only in Astorga for a short while, had lunch and proceeded to Leon. A Moorish leader sacked Leon in the 10th century; the Spanish rebuilt it and it became the seat of Western Europe's first parliament under King Alfonso IX in the 12th century. We had ...
... right on Plaza de Mayor, however the room was matchbox size and more closely resembled a inner-Sydney boarding house room for elderly, single gents; if you get my drift? Not to worry though and even though the street-living Spaniards literally stayed out all night I really couldn't complain with happy feet for the first time in about 10 days. Fair dinkum, the whole country is nocturnal; not so much the smaller towns but the cities and larger towns ...
... to have brought along our iPod shuffles (iphones are the norm).Tonight we are on a mission to find a way to charge them.
I am in the 168 bed municipal pilgrim hostel. It will likely be noisy tonight - even though all of us are exhausted.
I am thinking of my curling team and the first game of the draw tonight. Good luck Lynn, Oleene and Brenda.
... us that no-one can get lost on the camino but the three of us did an impressive job nonetheless. I'm the sort of person who enjoys instructions so much that I needed to google how to use my Camelbak waterbottle so naturally at each point I was checking the map and major landmarks against the very prominent yellow arrows that guide you along what is essentially a straight path from A to B. Marie-Paulette at the fore scoffs "bah! I'm not ...
So free tapas - in most places you don’t get to choose, which was the case here but it was simple – a tortilla (basically a potato omelette – what we know as a Spanish omelette) on bread. It didn't look like anything special but it was really good and it became quite evident one of the very traditional items on a tapas menu. It went down a treat and we could have quite easily had another but it’s not really the way you do in Spain. ...