Hotel Alfageme

Address: Plaza la Huerta n.1-2, León, Castile-León, 24010, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from León

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

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


... and you are out of gears to go down too, keep going till the burn sets in, off and push. Those are long kms. On pavement they can be beaten. On the dirt path, with walkers going by, they often feel like they are winning.

The phantom horizon and the corner just ahead both fool you into thinking you are going to crest this hill soon. Like a mirage they provide false hope and disappointment. Your jaw drops and unkind words are uttered as you look at ...

Leon ... Not what we expected

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

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... The sun on our backs was very warm and I could feel sweat running down my back. On the other hand, the cold wind we rode into made my face, fingers and toes very, very chilly. It was like a menopausal ride.

Biking today was offering us a different feeling of connectedness ... not sure exactly to what ... maybe to place and people ... maybe just to the adventure. Regardless, it was a very calming, content, satisfying feeling.


Burgos to Leon

A travel blog entry by jodiev on May 12, 2015

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... it was to die at night, because our guardians played at killing us in spectacular charades. They faked our execution against the walls of the courtyard. After these trials, we returned to our cells dead." The monks were turfed out in the 1800's, and the building was sold and sold again , and at one stage was used as horse stables. In the late 1800's it was almost demolished as it was in such disrepair, but locals created an outcry and it was saved. Thank ...

Camino reflections

A travel blog entry by bobalu11 on Oct 01, 2014

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... substantial food that tastes wonderful after walking all day. However, we have realized that we are meant to walk the Camino to realize how truly blessed we are. At the end of our daily walk, just when we think we can't take another step (nor want to), we come upon someone who is really "walking" the Camino. We met a man from Spain who had a stroke and drags his left foot, but is walking every step of the way. We have met a couple, she a quadriplegic in a ...

What a great day of history and good people.

A travel blog entry by thecamino on Jul 29, 2014

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... the australian mullet. While the 'business in the front and party at the back' is stock standard, i have been noticing the 'military on top' aspect to much of the mullet work. The mullet is usually combined with some form of worked renault vehicle, of which at least one wheel of the four mags doesn't match and there are more hi-performance stickers than a nascar sprint cup car. Anyway that is mullets and i am so glad that these are not an art solely revered in Australia. ...