NH Plaza Mayor
Travel Blogs from León
... the €3; such an understated building on the inside; a relief after Burgos cathedral which was filled with gold and riches. I popped some money into the candles and made a blessing for my family, my fellow pilgrims and the pilgrims I've met along the way who are now at home. As I wandered the streets a hot chocolate beckoned so I thought I'd better follow through on that feeling. And I'm glad I did otherwise I would not have seen Breanna and ...
... available for the genuine pilgrim walkers. There is nothing worse than walking 20 plus km only to find you have to either scramble around for somewhere to stay or walk on to the next village to find a bed for the night. I thought this was only a problem in the busy high season but it seems that ii is now extending into the shoulder seasons as well.
We got lucky and found a Hostal that had a cancelation ...
... are celebrating our 25th wedding anniversary by walking the Camino. Every time we see them they say "it's the Honeymooners!" This morning's walk was only around 12km to the middle of Leon, a fairly large city of about 130,000. The city was once a Roman military garrison and base for its VII Legion, the name Leon is derived from the word Legion. We said goodbye to two friends this morning who are carrying on ahead today so ...
... that know nothing about each other, don't speak the same language... hee-hee… I hope they all meet up.
16 Sept, 2013 (from Deb)
Thanks Karen! Dad just called me back and talked briefly. He confessed to me that his phone died because he had not been able to find his phone charger or the pouch with all the cables! Apparently mom had given it to him at a bar table earlier in the day. Dad picked up his phone and left the pouch behind - ...
... Chappell. There is over 1000 square meters of stained glass in the church. After visiting the cathedral we wind our way through the maze of streets on the bikes (oh so much easier than walking). Nothing like finding a shady spot in a plaza to have a cold drink and tapa in the late afternoon.
We made our way back to the hotel and chilled there for a bit. Eventually it was dinner time. Now instead of a normal dinner ...
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