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... to set. In my opinion Vigo is understated, the old part of town, which is where I always head for, is a series of winding streets revealing some of the more interesting bars and restaurants. The city itself sprawls like any other city, and has its share of down and out areas. But on the whole it's a nice with an air of outdated elegance and refinement, the pace of life is slow, no traffic to contend with and no hurry to be anywhere. I measure ...
... ve know as we don't like other peppercorns either.
For our mains, we had roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, it was very nice!
For dessert, I had pecan tart, which was ok, but a bit dry and Graeme had trifle, which he says was great.
There was a big sing-a-long on the Royal Promenade tonight called Brit rock! IT seemed nice! but you had to get there early to have anywhere to sit or stand. We didn't, so we went to the hot tub. Very ...
... Then, corned beef hash. Strange, I know. Couldn't help it.
We decide to spend some time on the deck reading, but weren't there long before it became too cold and drizzly to stay out. So, we moved inside.
Graeme has booked himself a full body massage for 3.45. I will entertain myself for that hour and 15 minutes!
I decided to have a nap. Glorious.
Tonight is a formal night and we have a Beatles show to attend at ...
... the destination of the Way of St. James a major historical pilgrimage route since the Early Middle Ages.
First impressions of the cathedral are that it is rather stark and unadorned, especially in comparison to the one at Burgos, until you see the incredibly huge and ornate choir and altar.
There was a service in progress so we settled down in a pew to watch the incredible spectacle of a HUGE incense burner thing (called a thurible ...
After a ****** night sleep and a hot shower, the day starts. Our first stop is Debre Birham Selassie Church. the entrance represents a lion and the long stone wall that weaves its way around and into the court yard, it's tail - takes a bit of imagination. Large wooden doors, one for women, one for men, enter into the common folk's area. The ceiling is adorned with Ethiopian angel heads all slightly different. The walls are murals depicting ...