Travel Blogs from León
... 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 ...
... with a bunk bed to ourselves. Randy is taking the top bunk as it gives him more head room. We've been at the super mercado. They had more food varieties than we good find in central Leon. Treated ourselves to a chocolate bar. And lemon filled cookies. We will probably have the peregrinos meal tonight Some of you know that I make up words. I started to say pelrigrinos rather than peregrinos. Now I have our Camino friends doing the same. LOL. ...
... in at the tourist centre and asked what we should highlight in our stay in Leon, it was one of the top three tourist 'musts'.
Very impressive building with courtyards and an attached church with a museum. Quite a nice stay, especially considering it was the same price as our tiny room in San Sebastian and included an extensive breakfast buffet.
Leon is a nice city in the old section lots to see ...
... until after we leave León, as it is flat and on Saturday we will be walking into the city. They are invaluable on uneven surfaces and up and down hill, but almost annoying along the flat. One highlight along the way was that a troupe of Polish cyclists passed us, and then turned into a little building, that turned out to be the Ermita de Nuestra ...
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