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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 ...
... found a new friend here and I´m not sure who is keeping who entertained :P Todd has taken us out to all of his favourite places and showed us the delicacies of the land. Wow my palette has been beaten up by Mike Tyson this week because I have never tasted food like this in my life! WOW! It is really neat to see how the rest of the world uses food and not having ranch for salads for the past 6 months has unexpectedly been awesome! That is defnitely my ...
... down by the Camino yet. They did not know the Camino etiquette. But I realized their purpose for me. Because they had arrived and were going to receive a Compostella, I had to finish as well. I was more determined than ever because I felt like I deserved it more than they did. One day dan and I put our headphones in and went the fastest I think I've ever gone just to get ahead of everyone. They made me more determined and I guess I needed that in ...
... empty and the rough swell would deter people from using the gym (smart people). Toby was right, there were only 8 other people at the gym. I started on the treadmill but it was too hard to walk with the ship moving too much. The gym is located on level 13 at the front of the ship. The 3 walls of the gym are glass and look out the front of the ship. I started feeling motion sick from lopsided walking on the treadmill and looking out at ...
A Coruņa is quite famous in English history. John of Gaunt landed here with an army in 1386. The outcome was that John's daughter would marry a Spanish princess. John’s great granddaughter was Isbabella la Catolica. This was Philip II’s excuse to send the Spanish Armada to get rid of pesky Elizabeth and put himself as the legitimate ...