NH Plaza Mayor
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... a nearby restaurant on the boulevard beside the rio. Quite flash price after what we'd been used to on the Camino so far, but this was big city stuff again.
Thursday 1 October Day 25: Second day with Erin in Leon
Another cruisy day. The sun shone and we didn't have a plan! Bliss. After a relaxed start we wandered into the town centre, found some breakfast and just nosed through the maze of streets. Nobody else appeared ...
... and today there seemed to be about six of us on the trail. Hmmmm! I am happy that we have gone with our routes each day but it makes you wonder about the people writing the books.
We had a nice rest day in Leon and toured the cathedral, got a new credential, walked around the city and the parks and renewed our spirits for walking today. We enjoyed the tapas and wine in Barrio Humedo (wet neighborhood) last night for our dinner. ...
... open until eight. Okay, we sat in the sun in the plaza and sipped cervezas for a while. A Spanish peregrine who did not speak English asked us where we started Camino, inquired if Oma and Opa were walking to (I responded yes and included their age), and then he let go with an astonishing lengthy (appreciative) commentary. When we finished and prepared to go to dinner the waiter came over, tore up our bill and through several gestures ...
... we went to the Tourist Information office opposite the square where the grand Leon Cathedral was. We suspected it would be open on a weekend, and of course, a place where D could get a new Credential. Well, indeed it was open, but it was not the place to obtain a Credential ... for that we needed to go to a different TI office. Sheesh. We did a tour of the Cathedral, and then tromped off to get the Credential task done! Lots of frustrations for ...
... bed with his intestines coming from his stomach, wound around an apparatus like a pig would be rotisseried on, and his torturer was smiling whilst cranking the guts around and around it. I do not want to see that again. On a more pleasant note, buildings in the town squares were adorable, as were fashions in windows and cute little shops that sold all sorts of things, including one that had wooden shoes in the window! Leon was ...