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Travel Blogs from Cee
... swimming. A look round the shops before lunch of fish soup, hake, steak and the last Santiago tart led us to one of the largest shopping malls in Spain. Back in the car and down the coast we slowly made our way back to Santiago for a last stroll around the streets witnessing the new peregrino arrivals before heading to the airport for our internal flight as there are no direct flights from the UK. A late departure, 23:30 saw us leave Galicia and the friends we'd made ...
... walk. S do C a fascinating walled town with huge cathedral, dozens of inviting little restaurants. It was lunch time so busy busy. We opted for a simpler option and sat at a bar eating raciones and drinking coffee. Spain is very inexpensive now. Our lunch only cost €6.80 for 2. This place really worth a visit. The huge square quiet with folks with boots and sticks sitting in ...
... music marathon which begins in the later afternoon, allowing the previous nights indulgences to be slept off. As we walked in to the town for round two though it was spotlessly clean and every remnant of last nights party were cleared. Not bad on a public holiday for those “we’ll do it tomorrow” Spanish. In every aspect northern Spain has thrilled and delighted us and with the Rias still to come it can only get better. ...
Yesterday was definitely a day of extremes. We'd been sitting in Viveiro for a couple of days, waiting for the strong-ish winds to pass us by so we could safely continue on to Cadeira, our intended stopover before rounding the bumpy bit on the north west corner of Spain to A Coruņa, where we planned to have a long break of around a week.
We rose early, hauled the anchor in with some difficulty, as it was very firmly set after two days of strong winds, and chugged out ...
... long promenade and cycle path going around the headlands and we walked far enough around to look out over the Tower of Hercules and the city. The Tower is Roman (inside a 17thC shell) and is the longest continually used lighthouse in the world.
When we were at Ellis Island (NY) ...
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