Infantas de Leon Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... else. As I have bought several Camino books (of course), a recommendation came up for The Way, My Way by Bill Bennett. I've downloaded it to Kindle and I can't put it down. It's now 11am and I'm still with him in St Jean Pied du Port. He writes in a style I love, comes from where I'm coming from and I suspect is going to be quite an inspiration.
I used a company to organise the first section of my trip as far as León at great expense (and quite ...
... other amenities are on site. Tim and I have a private room with a bathroom and heater. We are again rejoicing at God's goodness to us! Tomorrow we plan to walk only 10 miles to Astorga. Mike wants to find a new pair of shoes and Tim needs a poncho and wants to see some sites. The forecast calls for several days of sun beginning on Saturday; we hope that comes to ...
... shows a couple routes and usually recommends the one that's off the main highway. So we wanted to get back on the more solitary path. We stopped at a bar and the woman said she could call for a taxi for us. Within minutes he was there. However, we didn't realize he was based in León and would charge to and from León. A slightly expensive lesson, but we were glad to be back on track. We gained no advantage in kilometers only a more ...
So my first night in Spain wasn't quite what I expected. I arrived in Leon and walked to my hotel. I didn't see any other pilgrims all night. After asking around at my hotel and several shops, I still had no luck finding an outlet adapter. This was causing a slight panic because Madrid and Leon are two of the largest cities I'm visiting. I also found that very few people speak any English, those that do can't speak very much. This ...
... We were approaching a big city! And one that symbolized the final push in our journey. Everyone seemed friendlier and more chatty all throughout the day. We came to our first stop and were delighted to find Casa Blanca. Here we enjoyed our first cheese omelette, as we know it, and remarked at our initiation to wait to find breakfast. Properly fueled, we forged on toward León. I must admit, I have a love hate relationship with big cities on ...