Pazo da Touza
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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We safely arrived at Vigo, our final port of call, at around 9am local time. (The pilots were embarked at around 8am). The people of Vigo really made Britannia's maiden call special, which is more than what can be said for some of the crew, namely Jamie an Entertainment Officer, Cristian from shops and Neil Oliver, the Entertainment Manager. We had an awesome time ashore as we went on a shore excursion. ...
... to convince Sue we need another dog while we've been here and a small one at that. Well almost every dog we see here is small, but I've included a picture of a French Bulldog not because I want one but because we must have seen over 30 of them already. Definitely a country of small dog owners. Had a glass of port back at camper and watched the sun go down. What a fabulous ...
... girl, Emma, from BC and the other, Anna, from Germany. They met at a previous albergue and couldn't wait to meet up with us. Emma was feeling lonesome and wanted to meet some Canadians. The five of us, Francisca, Emma, Anna and us would meet every evening at the next ...
... a very modern facility overlooking a river. Being a short hike, we arrived before the albergue opened and had lunch outside the albergue. This was the only albergue that banned alcohol so Andy poured his water out of his stainless steel bottle and filled it with wine.
We make our way from Portugal into Spain for a 20km walk. One thing you encounter often on the trail are lavenderos. These are huge communal clothes washing stations. Some of these no longer contain water and some are rebuilt for historical purpose. The trail ...