Hotel Puerta Gamboa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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 ...
... car. We have lost a bit of time but surely now we can get off without another hitch. But as Monty Python once said "No-one expects the Galicia VESPA Owners Club". Just as we are about to move off five hundred scooters start pouring in to the square. There is nothing we can do but wait and enjoy the show. Eventually they all scoot in to the square and we can get going. It is an easy drive down to the border and before too long we are in Portugal and not too far behind schedule. But ...
... 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 ...
... and the first thing we encountered was a steep hill. Okay, that's not bad, it will probably be the only one. Then we climbed another steep hill, and another. As a matter of fact for the next 2 hours the Camino went up! Had we not read the "flat" description for today, we would probably have not given it much thought, but our expectations were set. I thought how typical this is for me. My greatest disappointments are usually when my expectations are the ...
... disciples who was beheaded by Herod Agrippa. James’ remains were discovered in this town 800 years after his death. Santiago de Compostela is now considered to be one of the three chief sites of Christian Pilgrimage – the other two being Rome and Jerusalem.
We had not booked any excursions in Vigo. I had been putting a cold compress on my ankle on a regular basis so, although I was still in ‘limp’ mode, I felt fit enough to ...