Aparthotel Campus San Mames
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Wednesday 30 September Day 24:
It was luxury to stay in bed till most people had left the albergue. We had decided to catch the bus into Leon as the guide book mentioned that the 18 km walk was largely along a busy road and industrial zone of the city. Keith was also keen to give his feet another rest day. Peter, Keith and I had breakfast at a nearby bar then headed for the bus station. To our amusement more familiar faces appeared ...
... junipers preparing us for the crossing of the Cantabrian Mountains after we leave Astorga. Personally, I like hiking on the countryside with rolling hills and steep inclines. I find this to be less fatiguing than the flat lands. My walking companions think I am nuts.
We get to Astorga and find Johnna resting with ice on her leg in our room. She had plans to have a "sports massage" early this evening. Sue and I decide we ...
... Oma purchased a turquoise stone, and I also bought a topper closure for my turtle belly button piercing. (Remember that horrid day back at the Dona Petra when I was near tears? Well, my closure went down the drain there and I almost lost the turtle piercing too. I said it was a strange place - it tried to devour me!) Finally my piercing is back where it belongs. The funniest thing about the store was the clerk. She asked where we ...
... of just 4 beds ... that was nice. I walked in and to my surprise there was a naked man in the room (not D!!!). He was a cyclist from Spain who had arrived before us and was taking a shower before other roomies were assigned. He was very, very apologetic ... but from my perspective, there was certainly no need for any apologies. :-)
It was 27 degrees and 2:44pm, and we were hot, tired, cranky and hungry. We had hoped to take a taxi to ...
... from the U.S. who had also had enough. Hospital de Orbigo is next to a river, albeit a trucking one after a dam has been created for Leon upstream, and has one of the longest and best preserve medieval bridges in Spain, from the 13th Century, with 19 arches and 204metres in length. I have a magnificent view of the bridge from my room. And that is definitely all that is magnificent in regards to my room. It's difficult to go from a Parador to ...