Gran Hotel Santiago
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... signs of the bad economy.
We didn't eat in the Parador, choosing instead to eat at a local bar where we had a plate of croquettes and one of assorted cheeses, with local wine for a total of €20. Eating in Spain is usually a lot less expensive than in ...
... Raquel invited us into their home with open arms furnishing us with all the amenities including our own room and bed. We are blessed with such great family and hosts. This city is absolutely gorgeous and huge! I never expected all of this when we made plans to come meet up with Todd. His girlfriend Raquel speaks pretty good English, which makes life easier, as well as most of his friends. Then there is ninja the cat, who is absolutely adorable. I ...
... shown us an amazing time (and we have only been here for three days!). Plus they have the most beautiful cat that could pass as Steven's little sister. Pluses all around He has had us try all the best Spanish cuisine that we had no idea we were missing. Even drinks here are different! We had no idea when we were on the Camino. As I type this dan is out golfing with him. So he's a very happy boy right now. I was more than happy to sleep in for a ...
... Tonight at the theatre on level 6 was an opera show. As we both do not appreciate the opera we decided to stay in and watch the only English tv channel (out of 20 tv channels). Tonight on sky news they were covering the lead up to the results of Scotland's referendum. Tomorrow morning when we wake up the results will be in! Extremely nerve racking and exciting.
We set our clocks back an hour and went to sleep. Next stop Lisbon Portugal. ...
When we booked the river cruise with Viking, we also booked the two-night extension to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. At least twenty years ago I read Ken Follett's novel, Pillars of the Earth. If you read it, too, you'll recall that it was about building a cathedral in England in the 12th century. After the vaulted roof falls in, the stonemasons travel to Santiago ...