Melia Maria Pita
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Concierge desk
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
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... driving back the coast East and luckily we happened upon the town of SADA. It had a huge supermarket car park by the harbour.
This was safe and well lit so our home for tonight sorted.
It was a fortuitous find because it is a big holiday there and thousands of people were on the beach for bonfires and 100's were cooking their own barbecues and the street bars all had barbecues going too.
There was every type of ...
... a further stroll and by some miracle stumbled on an Italian Ice Cream shop. This time the Dulce Leche was "terrific" according to my helados expert. We then visited a little town called Betanzos where we had a walk about and a diet coke. It was late afternoon and the village was just coming yo life after siesta time and the shops just opening again. We then drove on to Ferrol where we ...
Breakfast pancakes and fruit, then a short workout on the treadmill. Booked haircut for next sea day 9am. Salsa and line dancing today followed by a land discoveries sales pitch. Wine and cheese tasting with sales pitch for future cruises then an interesting presentation on the Norwegian Fiords Cruise that goes way north where the sun does not set in July. My cold is getting better tonight. We have entered the wide River and will dock at midnight. Sunset will be about ...
... s white pants, that ended with me spending $170 on three shirts and one long pants and Linnie two pants and two tops A nice smaller city more laid back. Impressed with the bike and jogging tracks and the bike repair station. We walked 17.5Km today. My cold is not good tonight. Took a cold n flu ...
... then off to explore on foot. We knew there was a thing called the Hercules tower and we headed for today's history lesson. So the story goes, Julius Caesar landed here in 61BC and then the usual fights over the decades with the original tower built by the Romans in 1 AD. Those guys knew how to build things. In short it's the oldest working lighthouse in the world. We paid the €3 to climb to the top and well worth the view and ...