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But they did have a perk we didn’t.
On the uppermost desk, they have a crane-type device that lifts a little cabin high above the ship. It can also swing sideways so it hangs over the open water.
It looks like fun, but also a bit frightening in case of an unexpected wave or gust of wind.
It’s a good thing Insignia doesn’t have one of them, or I might be tempted to try ...
... wanted to do as the collection contains many familly pieces. Unfortunately no photographs allowed, but the palace itself was beautifully restored. The intricate wooden ceilings throughout were worth a visit. Many pieces, in twelve salons covered his early traditional work through to the more familiar pieces up to the early 70's. So much of his work in one place. Fortunately with only one ship in today it was not packed, and we were able to take our ...
San Fernando is a nice, normal little town on the coast. It doesn't have the old Spanish town charm of some other places, but it does have lots of nice squares and pedestrian streets and little shops. We accidentally managed to arrive during the town’s biggest festival – Feria del Carmen y de la Sal (Festival of Carmen and Salt).
Our first day here we wandered the town and the giant mall by the sea/marsh. We walked the Paseo Maritimo and discovered a ...
... was ham, chorizo, cheese, potato chips and olives plus two cerveza.
It was good but greasy. Then our evening walk, wondering around the small streets and not knowing were we were. Eventually we found our way home and got a sweet treat. Poor Marty, this diet really doesn't agree with him. I would not be surprised if we came home a few pounds heavier.
Home and to bed. Tomorrow dressage.
We didn't fool around with trying to take the bus we ...
... we would launch Thunderbird 3 for a trip to the 'ghost town’ of Sancti Petri and find a café and shop. Steve decided that it would be a good time for me to learn how to use the dinghy and outboard so we went off to the quay and landed on the slip by the sailing school. By the way, every town/harbour/marina that we have been to has had a sailing school and the number of youngsters learning to sail and having huge fun has been a delight to see. It ...