Pazo Da Trave
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... go for Kathleen's daily ice cream fix but it is a disappointment. The girl in the shop has a terrible attitude and seems to view customers as pests. Kathleen wants a dulce leche flavour. The girl makes one up but it does not look right. Kathleen queries it but the girl insists its right. It turns out not to be but by this time life is too short. We drive on to Vilalba and check in at the Parador. Then we go out for ...
Leaving a little late due to sleeping and maintenance but good job we checked as fan belt was about to go so we had to quickly change it before heading out. Good job done as we had a long slog around the headland of Espasante with wind and waves on the nose. Originally thought we would get to Gijon but decided to call it a day at 8pm as seas had still not calmed down and wind still blowing so ducked into little town called Viveiro with ...
... the same idea as laundry queue was worse than McDonalds on a Saturday afternoon! A very welcome sleep after 2 nights at sea meant we did not get away very sharp the next morning. Hey ho - still lots of miles to go so sleep important as long legs ahead of us as we cross the Bay of ...
... very happy with his soup as well.
After lunch, we say good-bye to Asturias. It has been great! Now we say hello to Galicia. We have noticed that Galicia has much influence from celtic culture. You could tell from Galician language, music and art. It feels like we suddenly jumped to Ireland. All in all, northern coast of Spain is very lush and rich in agriculture. It's completely different from our previous trip to east/south of the country. Our accommodation tonight is ...
06 Rias Altas
The north-western coast of Galicia is rough and wild, with steep cliffs dropping into the sea. We camp at Valdoviņo, next to the beach, and use it as a base to explore the region. Rias are fjords. Some of them are rather shallow, which is strange since the mountains surrounding them are quite steep. While we drive along the coast a ...