- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... dinner. The closest place was pizza, and we were all too tired to go any further. Pizza it is! A few of the group ordered tuna pizza - tuna pizza?? Come on, I consider myself well versed in the area of pizza, and I've never heard of a tuna pizza. I tried a piece. It was awesome. Kinda like a tuna melt or tuna casserole. Must try to make one when I get home.
The place we ate was packed for the big futball (soccer) match - there are apparently 2 ...
It has been almost twenty years since we were last in Galicia and so it didn't feel right to leave without visiting Ferrol, where I had my first overseas appointment during the construction of the Petrojarl Foinaven FPSO. We were up, once again not so early to enjoy breakfast in the streets surrounding the cathedral. Once again peregrinos made their way into the square but because they were a day or two behind us there was nothing that marked us out as similar, well apart from a ...
... in huge, one hundred foot arcs. It is an awesome display of God's silent power as the smoke settles on hundreds of upturned, pilgrim faces.
We spent our last night in luxury at the Parador de Rei Catholics, located in a beautiful ancient building, that in some parts dates back to medieval times. We enjoyed our last Spanish tapas dinner with Rose and Pat Stark, before telling them goodnight and ...
... It's a kind of magic' by Queen came to mind as I walked; it describes it perfectly. We walked for 12.5 kms through forests of gum trees with the odd pine thrown in! Reminding once agin of home. Just before Pena I stood at a trickle of a waterfall just listening to the sounds of the forest, totally in the present moment. When I looked up I saw two butterflies dancing around in circles in front of me. I stood there just watching, it was so...I don't know...it just ...
... stunningly beautiful cathedral.
We did a day-trip into the fabled city to see the cathedral and go to the market for pulpo, reportedly the best in Spain! (the Galicians swear no one can prepare delicious pulpo like Galicians, and, after trying it, we concur!)
One can't help but be moved by the sight of tired but ecstatic ...