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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Family rooms
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... to three places before I could buy a new pilgrim passport as I think my original one is going to run out of space. I caught up with Lorraine for a drink and tapas and because I wanted to receive the special pilgrim blessing I got last year in San Isidoro church, I went to mass again!
It was a bit tricky making my way back to the hotel in the evening as I'd left it when it was early afternoon and there were quite a few tiny streets as well ...
... of trees with no downed trees or stumps for us to sit on. We walk on by. As usual, the Camino provides. We soon found two cement picnic tables in a nicely shaded spot. We had our well deserved and needed break after walking 10 miles. Reliegos was the first sign of life on this desolate and hot path. We had our cafe con leche and soon wished we had ordered it on ice. The last 3 miles of our day took us into Mansilla de las Mulas. Again, ...
... else. As I have bought several Camino books (of course), a recommendation came up for The Way, My Way by Bill Bennett. I've downloaded it to Kindle and I can't put it down. It's now 11am and I'm still with him in St Jean Pied du Port. He writes in a style I love, comes from where I'm coming from and I suspect is going to be quite an inspiration.
I used a company to organise the first section of my trip as far as León at great expense (and quite ...
... from Hospital, TODAY!" We asked where she came from, but as I mentioned, she doesn't listen. In a frenzy she said that they had walked the wrong way by 20km. We explained that she was still going the wrong way and she replied that they needed a place to sit and rest (we had just passed a "hippy pilgrim chill-out" area a few meters back and figured they were headed there). Funny thing is, they never did pass us again so we can only wonder if they ever made it ...
... she was lucky to be alive. Famous DJ Dan, returning from Ibiza who we were sitting with enjoyed the whole scenario immensely. But back to the future ... three hours and a bus load of annoying people later, passing a flat boring landscape I was pleased to be rocketing through on a bus, I arrived in Leon. I had been listening to an audiobook, 'I Partridge' to drown out the annoying, and annoyingly loudspeaking, American guy who would not shut up behind ...