Pazo Santa Maria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
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Hello All, We have been enjoying such beautiful treed filled walks for the past couple of days, I actually look forward to every day now! Yesterday we left Melide where we stayed in a lovely old mansion that had been turned into private rooms for pilgrams. We ventured into town where we tried paella and calimari! Very good and very different from …
So what a tremendous place we are at.. just having a vodka on the terrace before our dinner reservations. Here's more beautiful photos of the property. Well we have just left the dining room and I photographed as much as I could.... absolutely delicious... awww the life of a pilgrim. . Going to waddle back to the room soon.. and therefore good …
What a fantastic day it was.. I got a picture of my grand babies first thing this morning that made my heart soar. Our walk was lovely with the smell of eucalyptus trees and damp forest grounds. The rain from yesterday gave us fresh new smells that helped as we meandered through the forest. It was magnificent. .. our rests were plentiful and we …
... tortilla, we went with our host, Pilar, to watch her milk the cows. They are an organic farm and high tech. She clamped four suction tubes onto each cow, about 12 cows at a time. In 8 minutes, more than 180 liters of milk had been collected. Back to the house for a Licor and melatonin. We all slept great. What a day!! The only thing that would have made this day even better was if Angelica was walking with them. Love you and miss you, ...
Ok. It's been more than an hour and I'm still pinching myself and our kids!!! What a freaky experience. I have a habit of identifying people we know in strangers. So, walking down a hill today before the town of Ribadiso, I spotted the back of the head of a young man. I said to Paul, "He's got ...