Hotel Riazor Coruna
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... but generally flat so pitching was not a problem this time - all done and dusted by midday, albeit in drizzle. There are a few British registrations here so a sign that we are getting closer to the long distance ferry ports of northern Spain making it a viable destination for those who don't have the luxury of extended breaks away like ourselves. Over the weekend we have had two attempts ...
... ordinary country roads are well surfaced. We came across several groups on the way their way to the headland.
Since the camino is mostly over the hills you only interact with walkers a few times where the paths cross the roads.
There is a town almost at end of the drive and you could get a coffee break there because the bar at the lighthouse was closed. Plenty souvenirs but nothing to feed you.
There were about ...
We set off from Vilalba to visit la Corunna. When we arrive we go first to see the Torre de Hercules. It is the oldest working lighthouse in the world. It was originally built by the Romans and restored in the 19th Century. You can climb to the top but Kathleen wasn't keen for some reason. Then we had a walk round the old town and stopped at a nice bar for some "albondigas" for lunch. We ...
Breakfast pancakes and fruit, then a short workout on the treadmill. Booked haircut for next sea day 9am. Salsa and line dancing today followed by a land discoveries sales pitch. Wine and cheese tasting with sales pitch for future cruises then an interesting presentation on the Norwegian Fiords Cruise that goes way north where the sun does not set in July. My cold is getting better tonight. We have entered the wide River and will dock at midnight. Sunset will be about ...
The wind down for the return leg has begun. As always, I like to have a week or so to rest the brain and chillax whether it be from a conference, a long walk or whatever. So the blogs will be short and a little of what I've done and maybe inspire some of you to get out and see this amazing world in which we live. During my Camino last year a member of my Camino family posted the best ever thingo. "Travel is the only thing you spend on ...