Conde Luna Hotel
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Travel Blogs from León
... sign reading, "big cup 2E.". The wait was worth it. I enjoyed my big cup with some toast and settled in to a chair glad for the warmth and sounds of Beethoven. Others from the albergue filed in, equally happy for the warmth. Britta arrived and I was glad to be reunited, now warm and awake! I'm carrying three geocaching travel bugs which I've discovered to be difficult to drop because larger caches are mostly found when hiking. But I gave a look and found that we were ...
... really talk. These are youngsters, 21-25 years old and they had that excitement about ideas that only a college student first thinking about **** can have. We left them at the bar because we realized it was 8pm and we may be screwed since we had 8 km to go. The first sign for a hostal we checked out. It was like the setting for a horror film. Smoky bar, about 10 old guys sitting around quietly. I asked if they had rooms and he gave me a key to go check ...
... complete with an ambulance and a cigarette smoking driver ready at the wheel. However, we were advised to see a physical therapist instead as " the doctor will only give you ibuprofen and ice." She then recommended an PT office that was 5 minutes away. Once checked in, we headed to the PT office. On the way, we passed a salon where I was able to get a "walk-in" appointment for a hair cut while Johnna was able to get an almost as immediate appointment with ...
... steamed purple cabbage and lentils. The son of the German team told us that Cocido Maragato is served backward vs. many cultures. There would be four courses and the meat came first. I helped D finish the veg plate and we both appreciated this ´lighter´dish. Then came a soup, served in a terracotta jug about 5-6¨ high. In the bottom were noodles like you´d find in a chicken noodle soup ... but the broth! Oh, the broth!! D says it was like it had ...
... 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, ...