La Casona de San Pantaleon de Aras
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... but we'd read enough to know it was a Bad Thing.
It's hard to describe how unsettling it is not to be able to see. We had GPS and radar and we sounded our undignified little horn (which sounds almost exactly like a kazoo) every two minutes as we should, but the bright grey-whiteness pressing in from all sides gets to you all the same. We didn't know how long it would last, whether it would worsen as we went further, and my most pressing concern was that I was going to have ...
... things; we weren't going to stay there if that was going to happen every morning. 2-Blue had reached the same decision, especially as they have a six year old child on board, so we motored out of the river together, plotting the best ways to destroy a fishing fleet and headed for Laredo marina.
We had been hoping not to have to pay for another marina for a while, but we'd been curious about Laredo anyway. It's been open for three years but ...
... the sun came out and my stomach calmed down, so I went to sleep in the cockpit leaving Mister Kitty all on his own. He was very gracious about it, though, as napping helps with the nausea, and only woke me up so I could steer us into the harbour.
This was a longer process than you might expect; the harbour is vast, the initial harbour wall lying about four miles out from the cluster of marinas and moorings in the inner harbour. It's also a little pathetic; the once ...
... the bus depot. Since the streets were so crowded we walked the final block to our 3rd floor room contains 2 single beds and 1 double. There were a lot of people on the street and in the bars enjoying drinks and pintxos. Most places were full. We ended up in a Chinese restaurant where we enjoyed won ton soup, a beef dish, mixed rice and nutty chicken dish. Oh yeah we shared a pitcher of Sangria. The room cost is 20€ each per night. "The Camino is yours- Walk it as "You" see ...
... difficult to get any service in the plaza. We had to change bars before we managed to get someone’s attention. We went back to the hotel for dinner as it was too early (730pm) to get anything to eat.
Today was quite a difficult day for us as this morning we heard that a very good friend of ours, Darryl from Wellington, had passed away suddenly. It will take a bit of time to come to grips with this. Rest in Peace Darryl, you will be missed.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting