AC Hotel Leon San Antonio by Marriott
Travel Blogs from León
Rest day! Ahhhhhhh! Stayed in bed until 7 - only because the boys said 7 was too early for brekky. What the? Hedley is normally up and moving but Hamish better get the routine real quick *laughing*. What a character and what a Scotsman!
Vanity was my focus today, hair degray, eyelash refill and a pedicure. Fulfilled one out of three. Sucked at the rest. Could get pestana das extencion well understood and was given lots of options and with my trusty map ...
... a few hours later. Being Sunday things are closed, but the bars and the like are open, and the streets are full of locals enjoying the sunshine, kids riding scooters, bikes, roller skates through the streets. The only cars allowed in the old city are residents who need a pass (all bollarded off) so people just enjoy the streets. Kids running away from parents, no one stressing - just the way Sunday arvos should be with family. Wonderful ...
... where they are preserving sections of the old road that are not part of the farm roads and they are sectioned off - precious and priceless. AND my first coffee at noon!
Got a little misadvertured as we entered town but found our way in and almost walked into our booked accom. A gorgeous 32 bed Albergue that for bed and dinner the cost is €20. Lots of gorgeous rural stuff, farmers, tractors, irrigation channels that run swifter than rivers, poppies, daisies ...
We are now at Mansilla de las Mulas, quite a little town, and though we can see the rain clouds looming, we are here before any serious downpour! Each day has been about 20 kms or a little less, and we have about the same into León tomorrow. Today's walk was the same as yesterday, a path beside a country road, lined with plane trees, going almost in a straight line. Nothing remarkable - ...
... the building I had come to the conclusion that the more likely reason for the lack of people was not because it was difficult to find, but because it was unlikely to be to many peoples taste. The staff outnumbered the visitors significantly. The centre of Leon is a warren of little streets, lined with cafes and restaurants, each street seemingly leading to a historical building. One could easily spend a few days touring around - as it was I needed to rest the big days of cycling ...
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