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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... photo for tourists!
Our next stop was the Catedral de Leon which was open for tourists. We went in, picked up audio guides and wandered around. It was built relatively promptly, most of the construction taking place over about 50 years from 1255. It was modelled on the cathedral in Reims. It has a lot of stained glass windows and is predominately of Early Gothic style ...
... We ended up walking the last half of the day with Kathleen and Marian, the Canadian sisters, who are really great company. The sun came out so the jacket and shirt came off! Hooray for the sunshine! We had an early lunch at Arcahueja before commencing the trek through the outskirts of Leon. We'd been warned to fortify ourselves against the chaos of the city so we thought Arcahueja would be the perfect place. As is usual for entering a city we came through ...
... to do with the injuries they're both nursing... I ate a huge piece of homemade cake I'd purchased back at the hotel we stayed at in El Burgo Ranero and a banana; not much of a lunch I know but I'm sooooo over eating vegetarian tuna lol We all headed off together for the final 6 kms to our destination Mansilla de las Mulas but found our separate spaces not long after. I led the pack, plugged in my music and off I went. The mountains in the distance were a welcome ...
... enjoy the sun, the flat ground and the arrival in Leon tomorrow afternoon. And the rest day following that will be great! Todays Inspirational piece comes from Irene and John Wilson, and a couple of quotes from Thich Nhat Than (Zen Master)....... I love these quotes John and Irene. I discovered Thich Nhat Than just this year and really love what he has to say. "Peace is every step. The shining red sun is in my heart Each flower smiles with me How ...
... stone houses. The maragatos were originally muleteers supposedly descended from North Africans centuries ago. This area is so pretty with forests and wildflowers that remind me of New Hampshire. The sun set after 9:30 PM and the air has gotten very cool again. Time to get covered up with all these heavy blankets. Something tells me I am going to need them! Check out our photos from the last couple of ...