Parador de Pontevedra
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... At the end of the tour, I received a bottle of Cream Liquor in a ship-shaped bottle, which had attached "Britannia - Maiden call to Vigo 09/04/2015". After the fantastic excursion, we headed to the adjacent shopping centre and bought some local delicacies to take on board to try. As we headed to the terminal, local people dressed in traditional costumes were on the quayside to celebrate Britannia. The ...
... to convince Sue we need another dog while we've been here and a small one at that. Well almost every dog we see here is small, but I've included a picture of a French Bulldog not because I want one but because we must have seen over 30 of them already. Definitely a country of small dog owners. Had a glass of port back at camper and watched the sun go down. What a fabulous ...
... girl, Emma, from BC and the other, Anna, from Germany. They met at a previous albergue and couldn't wait to meet up with us. Emma was feeling lonesome and wanted to meet some Canadians. The five of us, Francisca, Emma, Anna and us would meet every evening at the next ...
... a very modern facility overlooking a river. Being a short hike, we arrived before the albergue opened and had lunch outside the albergue. This was the only albergue that banned alcohol so Andy poured his water out of his stainless steel bottle and filled it with wine.
... spent a lovely afternoon wandering the streets listening to the buskers, many of whom were pipers and bagpipers. Some sort of demonstration was going on at one one stage. No idea what it was about as I couldn't read the placards but I suspect it was something about conservation of the river. The rain came down that evening so after dinner spent the evening writing with an Irish coffee in the cosy lounge of Hotel Rias Bajas. What a tough life ...