Tryp Leon

Address: Obispo Vilaplana 3-5, León, Castile-León, 24008, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from León

    You can't walk the Camino without pain

    A travel blog entry by caminogals on Jun 09, 2015

    12 comments, 7 photos

    ... therapist. She was examined and he did confirm shin splints. She was given an appointment for later in the day for treatment. My hair cut is really really really short. We were able to get out for some lunch at a lovely cafe with a wonderful view of the Gothic cathedral of Santa Maria. The streets of Leon are quite nice to walk on and have the usual tourist/pilgrim shops. We did see many of the other pilgrims we have walked with these past weeks and it was nice ...

    Kings of Happy feet!

    A travel blog entry by peterconnor on May 17, 2015

    9 comments, 21 photos

    ... and both looked at each other with a slow shake of the head.The rush of guilt that came over me with the saga of my feet was hard to describe. So let me suffer this moment and have a really good perspective check. Next morning I passed the Cathedral on the way out of town and said a quiet prayer for a friend's mum who passed away early last week.

    And remember ......." Solitude shows us what we should be-society shows us what we are. Lord Cecil

    Burgos to Leon

    A travel blog entry by jodiev on May 12, 2015

    43 photos

    ... the Camino to rest and recuperate. Pilgrims would arrive in all sorts of terrible condition from their often perilous journey, sometimes having been robbed or stabbed by highway men, and left to die in ditches by the road. It subsequently became headquarters for the Knights of the Order of Santiago, who protected the Camino. The present building began construction in the 16th Century, was finished in the 18th, and has one of the most ...

    A start in the dark with no 'watering' stations

    A travel blog entry by roger.bawden on Oct 04, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... sandles.
    We largely walked on our own today but did meet people we have previously met along the way. It is a real tortoise and hare situation as people are passed then catch up again as the faster ones stop for refreshment. Everyone seems to arrive in town within an hour of each regardless of how fast or slow people walk.
    One of the pictures is of a flower I saw occassionaly growing on the road amongst the stones with no apparent ...

    Ah León, beautiful one day, Northmead the next

    A travel blog entry by marcelle_travel on Sep 25, 2014

    1 comment

    ... to our relief stragglers from our group who had also suffered some deviations. We heard from them that Fr Geoff had been their downfall. Not quite being a good shepherd to his flock he had darted ahead and against the protests had also ignored the arrows. He suddenly recognised his errorr and shot across 4 lanes of freeway, jumping the barrier on the other side of the road and leaving that little group disoriented and having to retrace their ...