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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of antiques and bric a brac. It has an unusual method of taking guests luggage from their cars to their rooms. He is called Frederico. We lie and frazzle on the "panoramic" sunbeds at the top of the garden and have a swim. We have a beautiful homemade dinner on the outside terrace. I have octopus and Kathleen has "black" pork. Our waiter has a brother who has worked as a dentist in Aberdeen for the last seven years. My niece Susan is also an NHS Dentist in Aberdeen. Its a small ...
... br> I generally only upload about 5 pictures a day but when I get home I may add more from the big cities I've visited.
Train around 18:00 back to Espinho and taxi to site as we wanted to get to Vigo before bars closed! One has to have one's priorities.
Quick showers and have drivers water bottles topped up and hit the road at 19:30. Used toll roads tonight but it was a beautiful drive. It is very much mountainous terrain all ...
... make out the details and the captions. I'll try to describe them as much as possible. I think we tend to underestimate the importance of a vase of fresh flowers or a small piece of art in our lives. A simple meal shared with those we love should never be taken for granted.
We have been so lucky with the weather, but think of us tomorrow...rain is in the ...
... That made me think about the normal food we are eating on this journey - here everything is about the food. Breakfast is usually coffee with milk - a kind of cafe latte, a fresh roll or croissant, bacon (more like our ham) orange juice, slices of cheese and many times ham, and occasionally some fresh fruit. There are lots of options for lunch because for many who live here it is the largest meal of the day. We typically have a ham and cheese sandwich on a ...
Yes, the journey is complete. We arrived in Santiago in time to have breakfast and attend the midday pilgrims mass. The weather was perfect with the sun showing itself again. Our hotel is directly opposite the Cathedral in the same square so we were able to leave our backpacks there before entering the church at 11am. One hour before the service began we were only able to get seats on the base stone of the stone ...