- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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The drive to Leon was a good opportunity to prepare for our Camino. As we depart Madrid the landscape becomes dry with curved dusty tracks riddling the terrain. In fact it is not unlike an Australian scene and but for the monastic outcrops which randomly appear, we could be in the Monaro.
Soon after leaving Madrid City a huge granite …
... course puréed veggie soup and spaghetti, second course baked chicken with veggies and rice, dessert homemade cheese flan, finished with lemon liquor). But our table mates were a couple from Belgium who also spoke French, helpful to translate into English for the couple from France, a couple from England, and a couple from South Africa. All had travelled extensively, all were interesting yet not domineering, and all had good stories. We are going to bed very full and ...
... some clumps of wild lavender, a bit like Italian lavender only smaller in size. It has that typical lavender perfume and it is lovely to see it growing wild. By the time we get to San Miguel, the feet are in need of a rest, the stomach in need of food and I am craving a cafe con leche. As we approach a Bar, we spot Kathleen and Mary Anne sitting having their lunch. They are staying in the same Hotel as us tonight so that will be nice ...
... to rest and get ready for dinner. We are thinking pizza for tonight. None of us have had that since arriving in Europe and it seems a good idea! Tomorrow we have planned to take clothing to the local laundromat so that the next leg to Santiago de Compostella will be made with fresh clean clothing. We plan to meet up at 7 pm for dinner tonight, probably pizza but Kym and I are also keen to find a vegetarian restaurant for tomorrow night. We each feel that the vegetable and fruit ...
... better and the weather almost perfect. The mornings have been chilly but tolerable, and we have had wind which helps keep us cool :). Upon our arrival to Religios we made a pit stop to contemplate continuing on. It was only 11 am which us too early to stop and we still felt good! Plus Irme (nickname Jo) was waiting for us to see if we felt like stopping or continuing on. Together we decided to continue ! Only another 6.1k which is not bad! So away we went. As we ...