Hotel del Pozo

Address: Santander Road, Km 4.8 , León, Castile-León, 24007, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from León

Giorraíonn Beirt Bóthar

A travel blog entry by lisarickenberg on May 29, 2015

6 comments, 16 photos

... bodega or wine store and there is a very arty video about its creation at http://www.moralarquitectura.com/bodega .html.
We had a conversation with a Polish woman called Anna about Mindfulness as we concentrated on enjoying our cafés con leche rather than drinking them absentmindedly whilst checking emails, weather forecasts, news stories etc. The 13.5 miles today flew by and was much more varied terrain than yesterday, with ...

What´s a Kilometer, Really? (a post by D)

A travel blog entry by 2appreciate on May 17, 2015

6 comments

... km.

The downhill kms are magic. Doesn't matter how the wind, legs, or surface play into it, you are light, movin fast and flowing. It's a sort of magic. The kms are smooth and pass by, too quickly in many ways.

So while a km is easily defined and it is probably simple arithmetic to figure out how many turns of our wheels have to occur to cover one, for me there have been many, many types of kms all of which come together to make this ...

Leon ... Not what we expected

A travel blog entry by 2appreciate on May 16, 2015

43 photos

... walking pilgrims who were in various conditions. Many were limping or walking with a bit of a gentleness to one side. One man had a prosthetic leg. Most have a knee bandage or leg support of some kind. Some walk with one walking stick, many have two. The rhythm of the sticks helps to create almost a chant-like tap-tap-tap that we hear ahead, and behind us.

We had great speed this morning and by early afternoon had reached Leon (54kms). ...

DAY 29 - Bercianos to Reliegos

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Sep 16, 2014

9 photos

... and concrete benches and other shelters along the way for about 1/4 mile. There was also a tall sign with an image of a pilgrim, apparently to draw pilgrims into the village for services. At the shelter, we briefly chatted with a German couple from Munich who were just leaving and then met Brian Urrutia, a VaTech grad who currently lives in the DC area. He carried a gobbler with him for photo opportunities, so Jim posed with him. After a rest of ...

What a great day of history and good people.

A travel blog entry by thecamino on Jul 29, 2014

39 photos

... beds, why is it that no human being under the age of 10 can sit up in a bunk bed without belting their head. All of my training of sleeping on the rum rambler has put me in extremely good stead for this bunk bed extravaganza. However, others haven't been as fortunate. Some, while soundly sleeping, have been awoken by the sudden and violent nature of others flatulence or snoring. The automatic human nature is of course to sit bolt upright in bed. So i must admit, it is as funny ...