Hostal Londres

Av. Roma 1, León, Castile-León, 24001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from León

Hood on...hood off...

A travel blog entry by kymmurphy


... I told her I didn't understand and I'm from Australia, and she smiled and said something about Australia in Spanish. Not long after Cheryl joined me at which point the lady broke into song..a beautiful reward for today's walk? The other reward was the very fine meal! Finally a few vegetarian choices so I had mushroom risotto and a vegetable dish followed by a kiwi fruit and some apple liquor :) Hopefully tomorrow brings some nice scenery ...


A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes


... looked like French toast with sugar sprinkled on the top. Just the amount of carbohydrates needed to carry me to our Leon destination. The walking is great today. There are hills to ascend and descend as well as flat areas to traverse, interesting walking with different views to enjoy. As we approach Leon, it is typical of the entry to most large cities. Industrial areas abound, but always the peligrino paths, way-marks and points of interest for the pilgrims. When we enter the ...

Road Trip with My Parents

A travel blog entry by slbrown17


... programmed for no toll roads. So we would go into these little towns, and spend an hour there just trying to leave since it kept wanting us to backtrack almost half the trip.

On the way to Portugal, we had a few near death experiences. The first was for an older lady, when Dad almost didn't stop at the crosswalk. They have crosswalks where the drivers automatically stop for the pedestrians. The next experience was in Chaves when we were trying ...

Sahagun to Leon

A travel blog entry by cantycamino


... of colourful flowers in gardens and hanging baskets. We pass walkers we all call Buen Camino, wishing each other a good journey. They are suffering with blisters, some with exhaustion and we heard of one hallucinating. Some walk as far as we ride each day! The wheelbarrow man was plodding along again this morning, must have set off in the dark, a lot do. We also have a white arrow man. He signs us along the roads when we deviate ...

Day 22 - Mom This One's for You - Mark

A travel blog entry by ottawacouple


... but since the Camino is very busy, and we are exhausted after a long walk, we usually take the first albergue with available beds. On check in, the Hospitalero (or Host) stamps your Pilgrim's Credencial with a stamp unique to that albergue and records your age, sex, nationality and passport number. I believe this information is required by the Spanish authorities. Then you are shown your room and bed. Most albergues maintain some strict rules for cleanliness. Boots ...


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