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Travel Blogs from Vigo
We have to be in Santiago de Compostela at five to meet Ricardo, who will show us our accommodation for the next nine nights.
By now we know our way out of Porto. And take the toll autovia up to the frontier at Valenša. Unlike Spain, that has many free motorways, virtually all of Portugal's motorways have tolls, and seem to be run by …
... to set. In my opinion Vigo is understated, the old part of town, which is where I always head for, is a series of winding streets revealing some of the more interesting bars and restaurants. The city itself sprawls like any other city, and has its share of down and out areas. But on the whole it's a nice with an air of outdated elegance and refinement, the pace of life is slow, no traffic to contend with and no hurry to be anywhere. I measure ...
Up early for breakfast, still not feeling well despite going to bed early.
We are not scheduled to be here long, but we still got off. Love that free wifi!
They have a little shopping centre less than five minutes from the gangway. Awesome! The shopping centre had a shop that sold USA products. Obviously, Americans want certain things with the expatriate themselves--I totally am one of them. Sadly, I didn't find anything I can't get here in the UK ...
... Then, corned beef hash. Strange, I know. Couldn't help it.
We decide to spend some time on the deck reading, but weren't there long before it became too cold and drizzly to stay out. So, we moved inside.
Graeme has booked himself a full body massage for 3.45. I will entertain myself for that hour and 15 minutes!
I decided to have a nap. Glorious.
Tonight is a formal night and we have a Beatles show to attend at ...
It is normally on exhibition in the library of the cathedral, but during certain important religious high days it is attached to the pulley mechanism and filled with 40 kg of charcoal and incense. Today was the Fiesta Nacional de Espa˝a hence it's appearance.
In the Jubilee Years, whenever St James's Day falls on a Sunday, the Botafumeiro is also attached in all the Pilgrims' masses.
Eight red robed tiraboleiros pull the ropes ...