AC Hotel A Coruna by Marriott
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Travel Blogs from La Coruņa
... hot chocolate and a cake called a cristina - wonderful! We later walked to the outskirts and went through a big park with views of the distant hills. By then the sun had come out and it had turned into a nice bright and chilly day. We went to a small café for lunch that looks like it used to be someone's house - it's like a food equivalent of the shop Toad Hall in Wigton. I ate too much and was worried about being ill on the journey home! ...
... a whole load of water :-) A nice chill out afternoon until it was time to go and get ready for dinner, another black tie do and all six of us at the table. We've decided to miss the show tonight as it's a mixed show of two previously seen artists so we went to the Crows nest again for an hour then decided to watch a film in the cabin. Room service telephoned for ice and lemon for drinkies then it was film time. Antigua tomorrow when I'll try and email this log ...
Awoke earlyish, showered and went to Cafe Bordeaux for breakfast, it's only just started opening for breakfast and it was very nice. Up on deck then, it was a bit breezy but 20C so warming up nicely. We stayed up there just reading until 11:15 when we went to Carmen's lounge and the waltz for beginners :-) All went well and think we got the basics mastered, time will tell. After this we went ...
... final leg from Irun to La Coruna. I noticed that the train was very different from the others that I had been on. It was much more comfortable with airplane style seats. A guard came along as I was sitting in my allotted seat and put earphones on every seat. What's going on here I thought. Next time he came along I asked him how long it was to La Coruna thinking maybe 3 hours tops. 8pm he said! Oh my God! No wonder the seats were comfortable. ...
The Spanish capital, Madrid, was busy, hectic and full of great sites. We wandered the streets and visited the Royal Palace as well as the Prado art museum. One of the highlights in Madrid was just wandering around the two main squares, looking in the Jamon shops and Tapas bars and enjoying the atmosphere of a city that seemingly never sleeps. The squares were much busier at 10pm than at 10am!
We left the capital ...
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