AC Hotel A Coruna by Marriott
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... churizo sausage and chips with a glass of beer. All for the princely sum of €4.00. "We" means Kym, Kate (Oxford) and now Chris. Chris is a Radiologist from Melbourne whose specialty is in the field of breast cancer research. He is a very interesting man and has a great sense of humour, doesn't take himself too seriously. Unlike his work which he obviously does take seriously. We talked about a whole range of things as we walked and he confirmed that I sound as though I ...
The Torre de Hercules is the oldest working lighthouse in the world. The legend says that Hercules killed a giant and a tower grew where he buried the giant's head. The other story says that it was built by the Romans. Think the latter is probably closest to the truth. It is a very imposing structure which ever way it was ...
... before we burst!
We did manage to take in a few sights in this beautiful port city, including a lovely sea walk, the Tower of Hercules, some fine plazas and a museum, and great people-watching! But we seemed to get side-tracked time and again by tapas and seeking out the tempting offerings on the passport...a most productive way to spend our time in A Coruna!
Tracy and Doug
... cathedral and enjoy the afternoon. As we sit and chat, Casper and Gabe inform us that they did not get to bed until around 5 AM as they went bar hopping after bowling last night. After breakfast, we head to the cathedral to see the Butafameiro swing from a different angle. The bus tourists have paid to see it swing and we were happy to see it again. We then walk the cathedral to so some of the tourist stuff that we were ...
... concerned Bruce as perhaps this diesel was too heavy duty for a car. Needless to say our lack of Spanish and their lack of English could not resolve our dilemma. (Not sure Spanish lessons would have helped much here Alister!). Anyway we left and tried another. This one could not have been more different. It was part of a chain of petrol stations we had seen along the route and they had an attendant who took control as ...