Hotel Blue Marques de San Esteban
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... some photos and enjoy the view but didn't make low tide in time to head down and check out the archways along the coastline, in which it is known for. We get back in the car and make the 2 hour drive to Santiago de Compostela. I manage to fall asleep and wake up with 20minutes to go. Aaron and John have a hard time navigating through the city as it's similar to Rhodes, where the town is surrounded by massive walls, and you cannot drive into it unless you're a resident. So we have ...
... 2hours later and it is well worth the stop over. It's all cobblestone paved through every little walkway, and is surrounded by dairy farmers so most of the shops are full off cheeses, chocolate and cured meats... My kind of store! We head into the first store and grab at least 3x small blocks of chocolate for 6euro and have a little taste testing before moving on. We walk around the main centre and wind in and out of the shops. We head into a ...
... be the Maritime capital of Asturias. Most of the older section is centred around the Marina where smaller recreational boats are moored . The commercial port "El Musel", whose main activity is coal and iron, is further away. The evening was mild and the Paseo was in full force when we arrived at the marina promenade about 7:30 pm. I think the Paseo is wonderful. People, old and young alike, go for an evening stroll to catch up on the days ...
... teabag....bother it was lemon tea. So whipped it out and used teabag number 2 (you may detect the increasing panic in my blog as I get to teabag 8, my final one). Into town for a strange supper purchase (see pic). Was going to eat with them but they seem to be eating now (6pm). I'd better get on or I'll find they've turned all the lights out and gone to bed. Think of me tomorrow but apparently the albergue I'll be staying in is the best on the trip. Much love to ...
... at the top.
They were very proud that the poet who wrote the lyrics to the song Guantanamera came from Aviles.
And so did the Spanish explorer who founded the first city in Florida.
Not much else here.
There was a lot of grumbling by our group, and I have to admit, I did my share. We just didn’t see the point of a walking tour when there’s really nothing ...