Rural Rebollal Y Fernandez

Camino De Santiago S/N, León, Castile-León, 24526, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from León

Rest and recuperation before Santiago

A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes


... to the 11th century, but most is in the 15th and 16th century. There is a section that is still used by a religious community but for the most part it is either Hotel, Museum, conference/university use or the church which is still consecrated for that purpose and holds the relics of Saint Isadore. Because of that, the church remains open 24/7 for the purposes of personal prayer. No tourist activities and no weddings are held there. As the photos attest, it is an ...

A pleasant weather surprise

A travel blog entry by cherylmcinnes


... up with Kym, Bert and Tony for dinner. Dinner is not provided by our Hotel tonight, so we find somewhere with interesting food to try. Prior to that, Kym and I do a bit of sight seeing around Sahagun, which is quite a large town with a population of around 170,000 which apparently had been a large seat of Ecclesiastical power. Apparently Charlemagne was also linked to this town which has been from the earliest of times, a provider ...

Woohoo into Sahagun

A travel blog entry by larimcdonald


... thirst like water - it's half the price! He even gave Hedley his phone number in case I got really bad overnight. What service! This is a new place and he is right at the front end of town as you walk in and all the pilgrims coming in this morning were stopping for breakfast. I wish his family does well. AND a bonus of the hostal......REAL towels - never thought to be sooooo grateful for the feel of a terry towel!. The Camino allows ...

Terradillos de los Templarios to Leon

A travel blog entry by patrickhaggerty


... and Polish man I'd met earlier who told me that someone had gone through their stuff at the albergue and that an American was robbed of his money. I had my cash in a money belt on the top of my bag, they must have gone through it and found it relatively easily. My camera and laptop were on my bed, it appears they were just looking for cash.

From there I headed to Leon, where I am now, I checked in at the albergue and put my stuff on my bed. I went out ...

Day 20 - Leon - Tammy

A travel blog entry by ottawacouple


... small villages of the Meseta. There is an interesting quote in our guide book that I thought appropriate for today. "Solitude shows us what we should be - society shows us what we are." From this point on we are told the Camino will get busier with more and more people joining the journey. We have endured and enjoyed the solitude but a new chapter in the journey is about to begin. Tomorrow we will travel on to Villar De ...

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