Hotel Quinta de San Amaro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 2,000 years ago and three reconstructed houses to give you a sense of things. In some ways, they reminded me of the places I had seen in the mountains of Nepal only a few months ago and how people still live today.
The train brought us back to Santiago for our final night in this historic and fine city.
... and and a half journey took us to the coastal town of A Guarda which is mainly a working fishing harbour. It's out of season now but we managed to find one place still open which sold seafood. Mussels, scallops and langoustines - excellent.
There is a lovely coastal walk towards the border with Portugal where the waves crash in from the Atlantic. It's pretty undeveloped here and full of atmosphere.
... where folks come to regain their health. Unfortunately it is to wet and cold to sample them. So best try the Vino instead. Heck Freddy is fraught lots of old folk in robes, little tiled rooms and nurses, lounges with card games and Tv's everywhere dark and dreary. Despite the peeing rain we hit the town for vino and Galician stew. Returned to the house of horrors to see everyone heading to bed. Breakfast will be ...
... in the shops had paid £57 for a seasickness injection and she still felt sea sick! The crew onboard are much happier than those onboard Britannia and we are enjoying the whole cruise more :) This evening's show was called _________. Half way through there was a sound of sparks and fire along with smoke. The safety curtain was deployed mid-song. Thankfully it was just a technical error and no such fire was caused. The ...
... supposed to look like doves. (An example - it is not about the destination, but about the journey). Anyway, I participate gladly, pay the bill and walk back to my hotel, which is about three kilometres out of town. Marco will be going north, I will be going west. End of that. Back at the hotel, I decide to have another glass of wine in the foyer. To my (not) surprise, an entire busload of OLDER (as in geriatric, my specialty) people have checked into ...