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... back to my hotel before dark, as it's a little way out, so I missed John and Carol's 24th wedding anniversary drink after supper. My laundry is already back and I'm going to have a lazy day tomorrow to rest my still iffy heel. Various people are coming and going by foot, taxi, train and bus. León is a place of much change for us all. Tot has just reached Burgos and is persevering against all odds. She is one brave lady.
... We went to check out the contemporary art at Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y Leon. Well...sorry to say this but we didn't like it at all. Oops. It was my shortest record of visiting museums...30 minutes.
We walked along the river under many many chestnuts trees towards the old town and had light meal.
This area unexpectedly has lots to see. Tomorrow will be another long ...
... Polartec is so great for blocking the wind, and gets five stars in my Camino rating. I decided to have a break from my iPhone music and also my own words in my head, so I continued to listen to my audiobook, 'I Partridge', the fictional autobiography of Alan Partridge, a character played by, and the audiobook read by, English comedian Steve Coogan. The walk down hill into Astorga was steep and painful on my knee, and tears were ...
Unwilling to martyr myself for the cause, I took a taxi from Teradillos de los Templarios to Hermanillos after hearing the rain pour throughout the night. The walk appears to be relatively level and quite beautiful with many trees decked out in various shades of the season. As I rode in the cab, I was amazed by how much distance is covered in 16.7 miles! Shortly after arriving at the albergue, five women entered the cafe to have breakfast. I learned that three were ...
We arrived in Leon yesterday by bus from Burgos. We stayed an extra day to tour the area before starting the Camino tomorrow. This city has offered us an incredible lesson in history. We are currently staying in the original hospital built for the pilgrims on the Camino. Hospital was the word used for the place for pilgrims, meaning hospitality. It was erected as a convent of San Marcos, with a pilgrim house. The building has ...