Hotel Riazor Coruna
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Falls mainly on cruise ships in La Corunna!! Relentless and heavy rain today made for an interesting if fairly brief trip on shore today. Many, perhaps wiser people stayed on the ship. Many headed off on pre booked tours to watch the sights through fogged up coach windows and a few brave but foolhardy souls like us headed out with rain jackets and umbrellas to brave the elements. It looked like a place to return to. We took ...
... a clear one. It slid down one arm to the other, then from his palm to the back of his hand. It was so smoothly done we couldn’t tear ourselves away.
This was so much better than the usual mimes and guitar players we generally see.
Although the weather was nice during our tour, things got a little dicey as our ship left La Coruņa.
It started to rain and gentle swells turned into large waves. The ship heaved up and down (but ...
... bicycle gear we saw likely had little, if any, connection to the Roman Catholic faith. But, they were certainly having fun! We were only in the historic downtown area which is, of course, focussed on the religious. However, we did see a great Saturday market, with many kinds of fish and shellfish as well as meats and vegetables and many things we could not identify. We had our coffee at a fancy Parador on the main square. With tip - ...
... are moving to Camarinas or Muxia about 45 miles down the coast with only light winds forecast it will be a slow sail so hopefully I will get to try out my new fishing lure. Tracey did the laundry and we also repaired one of the lazy jacks that had chaffed through coming across Biscay. Then a spot of fishing across at Joris's boat with the kids - he caught 2, England nil. ...
... Next we stopped in the small town of Bentanzos, known for its windows. Every building has several windows that are used to help control the temperature. During our walk through the town we stopped in a shop to look and the owner spoke perfect American. Come to find out she was born in the this small town but grew up in Manhattan, NY and is now back home. She said we must be lucky because most of the time the weather is ...