- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Another short drive to Ferrol so we took a detour via A Coruna, hoping to enjoy views of the coast. We had a few but not as many as we thought we would. A Coruna is a large town that did not interest us.
However we enjoyed our exploration of Ferrol, even though it too ...
... his flat looking out the window at the ocean right now watching the rain fall. His place has an amazing view. Every bottle of delicious wine that opens the view gets better :D He pours a sweet sparkling water in with the wine that tastes fricken fantastic! I can´t get enough! We will definitely miss the wine when we leave Europe. You can get a great bottle of local wine for about two to three bucks, and nooo it doesn´t taste like Barefoot Wine lol. I ...
....................................... ..... So with the Camino finally behind us (I never thought the day would come!) Dan and I are finally enjoying Spain! But let's update everyone on the last of the Camino. After multiple set backs; Dan getting food positioning, bed bugs for a second time, a misleading map, weekend warriors, our big bags with all our stuff being declared "lost", and my hurting body, Dan and I arrived in Santiago de Compostella ...
... of the sea. I decided to get off (stumble) the treadmill and do my hip flexor exercises instead...the only problem was when I laid on the floor, due to the ship moving so much, I rolled around the front of the ship. I looked like a fish out of water flopping around. I was unable to lay flat without rolling around. This made me feel more sick. In the end I gave up, left Toby at the gym and went back to our room on level 11 in the ...
... reefed but as before Dunikolu was taking it all in her stride.
Then a series of incidents began starting with the auto helm failing due to a lack of power. This was resolved by turning the engine on again, but required us to refuel in conditions with waves breaking over the deck. It was not as easy as it sounds (doesn't sound easy to me Skipper) and we got a soaking for our troubles. The bow mooring line came free and Kevin went forward to reattach this and ...