NH Palacio de Vigo
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... of nights then moved further north to Ria de Arosa, A Pobra do Caramiņal.
The area has a fantastic coastline and some beautiful unspoilt towns and beaches. This is nothing like the Costa Del Sol or Costa Blanca.
Although the days are still hot the night time temps are getting down to below 20C which makes sleeping more comfortable. The sea temperature is a lot colder here but a lot more refreshing when you need to cool ...
... a sorry for nearly losing her phone. It has a famous horse fair which we have missed by a week. It is the oldest town in Portugal. It was founded by the Romans. They built a bridge which with modifications still stands. It is a nice little town but it is too hot to enjoy the stroll round it. Anything from 34 to 37 degrees depending on which thermometer you looked at. We are staying at Carmo's Boutique Hotel which is a charming little hotel run by a lovely lady. It is full of an ...
... 36 degrees at peak and the beer from last night was coming out through my forehead at an alarming rate.
If you are an engineer you would love Porto because the river is crossed about 8 tomes by bridges towering above the waterway the oldest from 1886 to a relatively new modern structure.
Be aware Porto is very much a tourist hotspot, so if you dislike that stay away. However I put my dislike for cities aside and thoroughly enjoyed ...
... are willing to pay a lot of money to hear him perform and his concerts usually sell out. But the expectation of people on the way to work that morning was not to hear a concert violinist, and many walked by without even noticing there was someone playing. Managing my own expectations is a constant challenge and it is something of which I am usually not aware. So tomorrow, my goal is to walk with an open mind and high expectations of seeing beauty all around ...
So a few days in now and I've grown accustomed to the way of life here; I would say I’m taking it easy but I’m really not, any event that’s on, I’m there! You’ll all be happy to hear that after the handicraft class I mentioned in the previous post that I’m now a master "beady-bracelet-maker" oh yes ladies, a real talent. Funniest part of turning up to any of these classes is always the reaction as I swagger in ...