Puerta de Leon Aparthotel

Moises de Leon 49, León, Castile-León, 24006, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from León

Hood on...hood off...

A travel blog entry by kymmurphy


... our destination my energy was sapped! In fact I was so drained I had a two and a half hour siesta when I arrived at our destination! The highlight of the day was an elderly lady singing to me in the bar! She hobbled in on two walking sticks when I was enjoying my first vino tinto, and for some reason she sat at my table. Anyway, I helped her sit down because I was concerned she'd fall, at which time she started a conversation with me ...


A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes


... path. Only 14 days to Santiago. Of course we continue on beyond Santiago, but that City is a very special place on the Camino given its name and the presence of the relics of the Apostle St James. We stop for a loo break Villarente which is only 5.7 km from our departure point, but a good place to ensure we are able to travel comfortably to the next planned break for food, drink (and loo break...goes without saying) at Arcahueja. I had a cafe con leche (white coffee) and ...

Road Trip with My Parents

A travel blog entry by slbrown17


... We felt kind of let down and shocked that we weren't asked for our passports. Although we were later greeted by a toll, with no place to pay. We passed a couple of these with cameras, and Dad was getting nervous because there was no place to pay. He just hoped they didn't release the pictures because it would be two people in the front seat looking confused and shocked. The GPS kept giving us problems because we didn't realize until that night that ...

Sahagun to Leon

A travel blog entry by cantycamino


... sunflowers. Trees are being planted along the Camino to shade the walkers, and some plantations of poplars too. But a lot of wide open spaces they don't bother with fences much. We think they farm as collectives, the tractors and machinery would be too expensive for individuals. Aqueducts carry water for irrigation, presumably bore water. Many villages appear half deserted, very quiet. Signs of life are the vegetable gardens, orchards ...

Day 22 - Mom This One's for You - Mark

A travel blog entry by ottawacouple


... prepare shared meals with groceries purchased in the afternoon. A number of the smaller operators also own bars (small restaurants) so those albergues deliberately lack kitchen facilities. When we are coming to the end of our walk for the day we start looking for an albergue with available beds. Some places have only a single albergue while the major pilgrim stops have multiple. We try to opt for the private or parish albergues over the municipal ones because they ...

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