AC Hotel Leon San Antonio by Marriott
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Day 21 stats:
Total so far: 469km
Started at 8am and arrived at 12.15pm
I think angels kept on eye on me today because the much dreaded journey into León was nothing short of a piece of cake. The fact that it was a Sunday helped and there was little traffic, noise and distractions. You have to imagine walking …
I was glad to leave the albergue this morning as I slept so coldly. Britta and I attempted to leave at the same time but i was feeling desperate for coffee and started walking. It was before eight and the town was quiet and dark. It was very cold out and I noticed many people bundled and quietly steeling themselves against the start of their walk. As I set out, I couldn't be bothered with looking back for an open bar. I was blindly determined to buy a coffee only from a location ...
... is not enough time to walk 13 km unless you walk very fast. So we tried that. But then we were going through a tunnel and at the very end of the tunnel we saw a small group of people drinking wine. It was the camping crew, Max, his sister Ally, and an australian girl named ____. Since they have all of their camping gear they have the luxury of not worrying about finding beds or curfews, etc. So they were just hanging out with a few bottles of wine. ...
... and light art. It was ordered for constructed in 1889 but the bishop died and Gaudi then quit supervising construction. Several other architects completed the work and then it was opened to the public as a museum. We were only in Astorga for a short while, had lunch and proceeded to Leon. A Moorish leader sacked Leon in the 10th century; the Spanish rebuilt it and it became the seat of Western Europe's first parliament under King Alfonso IX in the 12th century. We had ...
... were not many tables and we grabbed one in the corner. D ordered the Cocido Maragato and I had pork that ... yes ... predictably came with fries.
After we had ordered, but before food had come out, two men came into the place but there were no seats available so we invited them to join our table. They were a father son pilgrim team from Germany (father likely in his late 60´s or early 70´s). We had and a most delightful conversation with ...