Parador "Hostal San Marcos" de Leon
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What a perfect treat for the pilgrim! Awwww is all I can say!
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Today was another warm sunny day in Spain. After breakfast we walked around, through better maintained streets. We went to the Casa Botines. This was a house designed by Gaudi that a bank has bought and restored for its use. Later in the day the ground floor was open for a photo exhibition so we had the opportunity to see inside. Outside there is a …
Yesterday we were told that all the museums in Spain clos on Mondays. Fortunately that wasn't true.
Our first stop was to the Interpretation Centre of Roman on the Plaza Puerta Castillo. Once again all the information was only in Spanish but we gleaned enough to understand that Leon had been an important Roman fortification with the Legion …
After a relaxed start to the day we left the hotel in Bilbao just after 09:30. The TomTom decided to lose the GPS connection until after we managed to find our way out of the city without it. That is the last time Ruth will throw out the city map prior to leaving the city. All we had to go on was the little we had learned about the city's layout as …
Today we drove from San Sebastián to Leon. Leon is a fantastic city - so full of history & culture. We booked in at the Leon Paradore - Paradores in Spain are historic buildings which have been turned into hotels. This five star Parador was originally a monastery founded in the twelfth century to provide lodging for the pilgrims travelling to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia .It later became the headquarters of the Order ...
... of the 3 courses. I had a mixed salad which had tuna and crab; lamb stew with fries, and a lemon mousse. And vino of course. I have never had such a delicious lemon mousse. Took a taxi in the morning to take the other route. We shared the taxi and it cost us €7. Our walk today to Reliegos was 12.7 km. An easy day arrived here early and had a small lunch - tonic water, cafe lache, and a tortilla checked into La Parada ...