Rosalia De Castro
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... and we also visited the Hermitage, Francis Drake burnt it down when he visited - Bayonna must have ****** him off as well maybe ! There are also some Modern Art sculptures on the hill there, I still don't know what they are supposed to be though. We planned on an early night them started watching a film because a band started playing right across from the boat - no chance of some sleep tonight ...
... But the weekend looks like it will change - here's hoping. Yoris and family came back from the Isle de Cies last night after staying over there anchoring for last 2 nights, Dominique said it was quite rough and really strong winds. It is a good job we didn't go with them we would never have got back here and would needed to retreat back to Combarro. If anyone you know has ...
... the coast which appeared to be mussel farms and it is definitely big business. One report indicated that Galicia produced over 235,000 metric tons of mussels in 2014, which is 28% more than over the previous year.
They also harvest another shellfish delicacy, the gooseneck barnacle – locally known as percebes - which is particularly treasured in Spain and Portugal. However, harvesting percebes is not for the faint hearted as this extract from ...
... Grilled Goats Cheese and Cracked Black Pepper, which was really good. And for Dinner we had a good old Shepherds Pie with Mixed Veg because it seems an age since we had any (veg). The heavens opened just after lunch and still haven't really let up as of yet so it was another DVD night in - Trouble is we've seen them all once at least already ! Need some new films that's for ...
This pin is not exactly correct, as travelpod couldn't find the Monasterio de Armenteira, and I'm not surprised. I am, however, completely surprised that I actually found it!!
The day began by leaving the central route and embarking on the "variante espiritual". This route follows the way that the remains of St James were carried in 44AD by his followers. The story says that they were said to be "led by angels and guided by a star".
It was by far the most remote ...