Posada Real de las Misas
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... crawling into El Acebo when a Taxi comes round to corner. Though it was a mirage, Jim put hand out and in we got, even 12 century pilgrims accepted miracles! So here we are in Beautiful Ponferrada, last large town before Santiago. Booked in a lovely Hotel with heating and a Bath, staying here for two Days. Getting our strength up for last ...
... 243;n (some call it the "dead village" but we had one of the most lively evenings of our journey!). Late afternoon arrivals are now a challenge with what seems like an influx of pilgrims. Some say it's due to Spain's holiday and others that many begin the camino in León, since it represents a very do-able two week journey. We first went to a very authentic medieval bar/restaurant. It was so different and classy, but we needed ...
... have caught the bus through to Villafranca. I must admit i missed them today. I found myslf at sone stages during today counting left, right, left right left and giggling to myself (bruce and darl are both ex military). Further the great thing is i found someone who i can call Darl and it is her name and i dont confuse it with all of our other darls in our world. So bring on the big climb tomorrow and i will have to upload photos ...
... She directed us and later met us in a room containing several bibles and religious books written between 900 and the 16th century the works were incredible. In a second room were books on medicine and science. The handwritten documents and art and icons were spectacular and vibrant colors. The guide confirmed that the works were duplicates of the original works that were reproduced via digital print on paper replicated from the original work. All ...
... Weather has become a bit cooler so we rugged up and walked up to castle only 100 metres away and did the tourist thing, climbed the tower and walked the battlements, could have even tried on some armour if we wanted to (gave that a miss). Also declined to inspect hole where in times past prisoners were thrown 3 stories down a well and were left to die of injuries.Is called the "you rot there" ...