Balneario de Mondariz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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... to town to reprovision for next few days. Novak and Camilla are back in the water with a brand new speedboat engine in place - so it's all smiles onboard the #TeamSweden boat. Really happy for them, they are also leaving tomorrow so no doubt we will catch up further down the coast. We walked to Santa Marta tonight which is still part of Bayonna but just as you come into town, the beach there ...
Woke up to yet more wind and rain again this morning, it's getting a bit boring now we wish it would swing round to the North and give us a break. We will have been in Bayonna a week tomorrow and that's plenty, we're hoping Portugal has more favourable weather. It is a shame really because the North of Spain is really stunning, they just have ****** weather more often than ...
... of Mexico disaster, the bill could be laid at a specific company’s door – ie BP, the complexities of international shipping have resulted in Spain being able to recover only a small portion of the estimated €660m cost of damage.
The weather on our last day in Gallicia deteriorated very quickly. It had been raining solidly the previous night and only briefly eased during the day. We therefore decided that we had done enough ...
We popped across to see Novak and Camilla after breakfast, well it was more like brunch we didn't eat till about 10.30 after getting up late. They are still not back in the water yet but hopefully tomorrow they will be. We walked around the bay again today to the next little village which is about 4km away but there was not a lot there so we came back and went to the Virgin ...
... we have the luxury of time, we should at least consider the "river path." It may take a little longer than the soulless, industrial direct route, but the reward is so much greater. We discussed a quote today by Gwyn Thomas, "The beauty is in the walking- we are betrayed by destinations." As we approach Santiago de Compostela, we are reminded the purpose of this Camino is the path itself, ...