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Embroidered towels, pillows and sheets!!
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8 am breakfast at hotel then 9am start to a morning sightseeing tour of Leon with a local guide. It was raining until 8 but cleared by our tour and was the perfect day for a walk around the beautiful old town. The highlight was the stunning Leon cathedral with over 1800 sq metres of stained glass. After the tour Betty, Veronica , Denise and I had …
Met the girls in the lobby and walked to Metro to get to Chamartin as roads were to be blocked off for run through city. Caught the metro instead of the train so took 30 minutes to get to the station. Had enough time to get breakfast before our train at 10.30. 3 hours to Leon, comfortable seats but not much in the way of scenery. Short taxi ride to …
... room which had modern seating surrounded by old looking tapestries on the walls.
We then returned to the Hotel, stopping at the Museo de Leon, which is next to the hotel. We walked in, expecting to enter a museum but instead we were in a Mass, in Spanish. We quietly sneaked out and went to our room during the siesta time.
After 17:00 we went to the Casa ...
... the busier section of the city, asked us where we were going and provided directions, this was followed by a stamp in our credencial and a big smile! Feeling the love we continued on to the old city. What a beautiful place! I want to stay here for a week just so I can soak up more of the atmosphere, and of course relax. We'd been warned to be ever watchful for the Camino way marks through Leon however we didn't have a problem; it was all very simple to find ...
... needed gloves and a beanie to keep the morning frosty chill at bay... Another day on the Senda, perhaps my favourite days so far. Other people complain about the monotony of the straight path and scenery; I prefer to see it as an opportunity for my body to get into a rhythm that then flows into my psyche... Of course plenty of things bubble up from the depths of my being, and yes they can be challenging to deal with...I find the Senda makes it easier though to accept ...