Silken Luis de Leon
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... despite her best efforts, the pain would not allow her to complete the walk. She made it 4 miles. Fortunately, we were at a cafe where we could call a taxi. We all decided to make it a short day and accompany her into Leon. Our first goal was to get her some medical care. We found our hotel and were able to check in early. We asked the receptionist where we could find the nearest medical clinic. Well, as luck would have it, there was a private hospital across ...
... next. This is a ritual with which I am not uncomfortable and I love nothing more to sit in an outdoor bar/ restaurant, armed with laptop and vino and watch the world pass me by;and like my walk, these solo moments give me time to reflect on not only the daily encounters but also those of my life thus far and often ask myself what could I or should I have done differently.
Leon provided such a great opportunity for self reflection as, like Pamplona, ...
... all Americans are loud and annoying, but this one was). I can highly recommend the audio version of this book, I silently laughed so hard it hurt, especially the scene when his father slipped on the birthday cake. Gold. On arrival at the Parador San Marcos In Leon, everything was instantly better. I had been so looking forward to this stay. To my delight I had a room in the old part of the hotel, with a tiny balcony overlooking the river. Leon is a ...
... on the first day of a one week festival of San Froilan. We've had a lot of fun and taken lots of photos as there are literally hundreds of craft and food stalls right outside our hotel which is in a major plaza or square. Huge crowds are jn attendance. Lunch and dinner were combined as we enjoyed a big plate of sausages and potatoes and later a crepe with chocolate, strawberries and banana. Think of us poor pilgrims struggling for a meal when you have dinner ...
... directions, we just need to follow the arrows". We should have noticed there was something significant about the big X marked with stones on the ground, or that there were no other pilgrims in front of us, or that we had gone about 2km without a yellow arrow - but we didn't. When we did recognise that we were walking beside completely the wrong highway of course we all blamed each other. Marie-Paulette was insisting that she knew the way ...