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

You're not special

A travel blog entry by lisa.casey on Oct 16, 2015

1 comment, 15 photos

... of my meseta was, but we agreed that there is a strong truth to the adage that people walk the Camino exactly how they live life. Ultreia, onward, listening to your heart and mind, doing your own walk. It doesn't mean forcing oneself to remain in solitude, but it highlights patterns of choices in our lives. I've experiences this many times already, in warm hellos and sad goodbyes and determination to carry my bag every step to Santiago. We did manage to be tourists for ...

Pilgrim's Progress

A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Sep 15, 2015

38 photos

... 2,000 kilometer journey. He told us abut being seriously ill when he first read about the Camino. He told us he starts walking well before sunrise and has no need for a flashlight, he just feels the energy of the way and knows where to go. He wasn't bragging, he was a soft spoken man just sharing his story and I found that sitting there talking to him over lunch gave me a different perspective and shone a different light on all those other people walking the Camino with ...

Giorraíonn Beirt Bóthar

A travel blog entry by lisarickenberg on May 29, 2015

6 comments, 16 photos

... I obvs haven't given up on looking after myself!!

So I set off early (blue sky, cool breeze) with a slightly different feeling. But it didn't last for long. At first I walked tucked in behind a young German guy. He was probably irritated that I didn't overtake, and I was itching to, as he was going more slowly than I do. Little did he know that I had identified him as a potential knight (Templar?) in shining armour if someone ...

Astorga to Rabanal to Acebo

A travel blog entry by christina_67 on May 19, 2015

35 photos

Tuesday May 19

Left Rabanal after a light breakfast and a visit to the beautiful little Benedictine Chapel.

Today we head up through the pass of Irago to the highest point of our journey, with a very steep ascent and into the coldest morning winds we have experienced since leaving the Pyrenees. Snow was definitely in the air!.....

'On all the peaks lies peace.'Gothe

Beautiful wild ...

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

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


... running the Albergue say the wind was particularly violent that day, I felt like i had survived something. The side wind picks on one ear and will catch the bike like a sail and push it, you need to pay attention when moving fast downhill in one of these. Wind plays with your sense of how fast you are going and a km in a strong wind can feel like it takes forever.

Hills, oh hills. We are doing 700 km on this journey, 200 of them are on a plains ...