AC Hotel A Coruna by Marriott
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... attempting to fly... Kate and I danced around to the music and in doing so I realised the folly of my ways...not a good idea to dance with a backpack on one's back... The rain was closing in so we picked up our pace. We walked through Boente deciding not to stop for a stamp and a blessing from the Priest at the church; it comes to the point that removing my backpack is just too much effort. Chris and I walked together for a while diagnosing peoples' gaits and decided ...
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
... who do all 800 k vs a stamp for those who do 100 k and send their packs ahead everyday :-) a while later, Rick likens it to salvation, it doesn't matter when you jump on, in the end the reward is the same; eternal life. Now that put it in perspective :-) And it was a beautiful day on the way of St James today. Easier day weather covered areas shade easy underfoot. ...
... like one - yet - but it won't take long. We provided Billy with the destination particulars (avoiding toll ways) and off we went.
The first 3 hours of the trip were fairly boring flat countryside with very few towns and church steeples to be seen. We expected this sort of scenery occasionally. We listened to a music “playlist” given to us some time ago by our friends Jane & Togia. One thing we had ...