Hotel Palacio Congresos
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... its heyday, as a province of the Roman Empire it produced 83.4 million modii of grain annually. Reflections :- Stuart - immense wheat fields Guy - brave lonely sunflower standing proud in a recently harvested field Hilli - lack of breakfast meant a tough uphill climb early this morning. A great joy therefore to see the pop-up table laden with fruit, coffee and kit kats...it meant the next 21km flew ...
... took one hour. After going upstairs and searching to no avail, I went back down and she informed me - i think - that I needed to wait an hour for it. So I sat in the dining room and waited. After 45 minutes I went back out to inquire, since I didn't want to lose my spot in line. She told me I needed to wait an hour. I told her that she had said that last time and she responded, "yes, an hour before and an hour now". I was very confused and she was getting frustrated with ...
... virgen blanco X111thC, part of the Knights Templar which fascinate me. A few tombs and amazing panels and thank goodness NO GOLD.
Unpleasant walk to Carrion de Los Condes along a roadside but spoke to a woman who said she was staying at this amazing converted monastery/hotel outside the town and so called and asked for a room and I was a pilgrim. Answer yes and 45 euro for this amazing upmarket hotel that is also a national monument. Way to go. ...
the priest, so most don't take communion except on Sundays. The
priest had essentially said, "If anyone wants communion, come up
now" ... and we were a wee bit tardy getting up there. Our
Hospitilara said the priest scolded her for bringing us up so late. Oh
well ... after the kind of day we had today, we were not going to let this
little thing get under our skin.
We took some time ...
... and provided copious quantities of wheat to the burgeoning Roman Empire. I felt a little flat today and trying oh so hard to forget feet and accommodation and focus on things like, that it would not have gone unnoticed that the Seags are two from two during my pilgrimage and perhaps McQ has gone off a little early in backing the Seags for the Wooden Spoon..and remember ..."The holiest of all spots on earth is where an ancient hatred has become a present love." A course in miracles.