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... members of the Leon Royal family are buried and which has what is described as the "Sistine Chapel of Romanesque art". The murals on the ceiling are impressive (again no photography).
Unfortunately we believe we chose the worst restaurant in Leon for dinner; it was very cheap with no redeeming features. The food was terrible and the waitress surly. The wine was so bad we didn’t finish ...
... stuck in Burgos another night. They will get tickets for tomorrow and head to Ponferrada Where we will meet them. After showering and a lovely spaghetti , broccoli, bean and salad dinner in the condo, stew and I left Peter and went to see the night life in Leon. Very nice night. Got a wonderful gelato . I did see a guy palming a knife, to cut someone's purse straps I imagine. Hope it goes well with bus and meet up tomorrow. Buen ...
... 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 ...
... We did however see the Parador, which is the hotel in the movie The Way (inspiration and movie about doing the camino.) where the group of pilgrims stayed for a night. Super posh and quite expensive but probably fun! So out of the city it was another 7.1k to the village. It was a long industrial drag through the outskirts of Leon but I am glad we did it during the day opposed to tomorrow morning. The area didn't ...
... just chill out and walk.
Once we got in to the village we went to check in to the Albergue I stayed in last year we were told it was fully booked by folks phoning ahead and booking. This is becoming more of a problem as the track gets busier and particularly with non genuine walkers but folk that either bus or day pack with their gear being carried for them. I feel that the Alberques should keep a percentage ...