AC Hotel Leon San Antonio by Marriott
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... despite her best efforts, the pain would not allow her to complete the walk. She made it 4 miles. Fortunately, we were at a cafe where we could call a taxi. We all decided to make it a short day and accompany her into Leon. Our first goal was to get her some medical care. We found our hotel and were able to check in early. We asked the receptionist where we could find the nearest medical clinic. Well, as luck would have it, there was a private hospital across ...
... next. This is a ritual with which I am not uncomfortable and I love nothing more to sit in an outdoor bar/ restaurant, armed with laptop and vino and watch the world pass me by;and like my walk, these solo moments give me time to reflect on not only the daily encounters but also those of my life thus far and often ask myself what could I or should I have done differently.
Leon provided such a great opportunity for self reflection as, like Pamplona, ...
... volubly I told her she spends way too long round Julien and Bernadette KNEW we were on the wrong path at least a kilometre earlier. Even in recovery mode personalities hold strong and as I looked into the distance to see the trucks of the highway we needed to be heading toward, Bernadette looked back trying to work out "where did we go wrong? "
It wasn't so bad in the end as we trekked north on some back roads to meet up with the proper ...
... the Alto de Cerezales, all the time chasing rainbows which arched over deep green valleys and then dropped steeply down to El Acebo.
We found ourselves in the amazing new Albergue Casa del Peregrino which was really quite posh with clean, plush beds, hot showers and sweeping views from every window. Sitting in the spacious lounge reading, writing in journals/blogs, sitting on smart leather lounges in front of the fire, wine in hand, life felt complete as we reflected on a magical ...
... and a short rest squatting under a large bush near the boundary wall of a cottage. We were really struggling by the time we reached the albergue at about 13.45 (at least it was at the beginning of the town). Syd's feet and hips ached, and Val's shoulder was 'on-fire', the result of a long-standing, chronic shoulder injury. This was only day one, even if we had already made up a day on our schedule! After checking in, we sat in the front ...