Hospederia Guts Muths

C/ Matanza s/n, León, Castile-León, 24732 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
Prices starting from $63.00

Travel Blogs from León

Camino Day 24 - (8.5 by bus) 23.3 kms

A travel blog entry by wendyclive


... walk, but took a few extra rests along the way. Clive started to feel his shin caving in, so soaked it in one of the canals for a bit. Slowly we crawled into the Casa Rural finally - taking the longer route along the railway line and guessing where we were, arriving about 6.30. Beautiful... It's an old mill on the river, converted into a Casa rural. Very welcoming, and good to have our own room while Clive coughs and ...

Day 28 Rabanal to Molinaseca

A travel blog entry by hedley.amos


... to be the highest point on the Camino. The usual crush ensued for those wishing to have their moment at the cross with one lady basically hogging a spot for ever. Maybe she had a serious issue to resolve. We pressed on and after a few false stops we got to the highest point on the Camino at 1,515m, 4,589ft. We had to take the obligatory photos etc. for posterity.

Arguably the most scenic part of the Camino begins ...

500 Ks completed 306 to Santiago

A travel blog entry by jcarty


... plastic bags being searched for pain relief medication and then of course what is not mentioned in polite circles, flatulance ( an interesting note offered by this app: no replacement found)). However I am reliably informed that it is an ever present reality in the Albergues. The volume of methane generated on any given night is in direct proportion to the Pilgrim menu offered the night before- there is usually a peak in emissions on the nights when ...

Back up with the oaks and pines

A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk


... outbursts! Rabanal del Camino is a small town, but we are staying at a very good place - feels warm and cosy, and we have a huge room. Most people stop here, as tomorrow we all climb up to the highest point on the Camino - 1500 metres. But the ascent is only about 250 metres from here, so hopefully not too bad, then after walking on the plateau for a little while, we descend 880 metres to Molinaseca - which will probably be the hardest ...


A travel blog entry by bishybarnabee


... cycle the walkers path, and I would dump the camping gear - I think I could travel at least 50 percent lighter without the tent etc. Having said that, I am still having a lot of fun, and getting some satifaction from seeing many young, fit male cyclists looking as hot and bothered as me. Today I think the most popular photo opportunity was taken by young men who stood by a sign indicating that they were entering "Virgen del Camino" - the place, not the ...


This hotel, located on C/ Matanza s/n, León, is near Archbishop's Palace (Palacio Episcopal) and El Transcantabrico.
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