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... 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 ...
... course puréed veggie soup and spaghetti, second course baked chicken with veggies and rice, dessert homemade cheese flan, finished with lemon liquor). But our table mates were a couple from Belgium who also spoke French, helpful to translate into English for the couple from France, a couple from England, and a couple from South Africa. All had travelled extensively, all were interesting yet not domineering, and all had good stories. We are going to bed very full and ...
... town, and the Hotel has a similar feel to it as well. It has all the appearances of a town that most folk just travel through. It is even on a section of the Camino that is a slight detour from the main. The rooms however are clean and tidy and on first inspection all the bedding is perfectly good as you would expect. The window in my room overlooks the main road which seems somewhat busy, but hopefully as night falls, it will ...
... 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 ...
... and it would be scary to do in the dark. However, there were a few cute actual hobbit houses that I just went crazy over. So cute! That being said, longest day yet! 7 hours walking and 28k later we arrived at our albergue. Simple, yet clean. Very nice to be out of the city. We did meet a lovely couple from Georgia! Laura and Larry and they started their camino today! It was so nice meeting them and of course had ...