Pazo da Touza
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... of nights then moved further north to Ria de Arosa, A Pobra do Caramiņal.
The area has a fantastic coastline and some beautiful unspoilt towns and beaches. This is nothing like the Costa Del Sol or Costa Blanca.
Although the days are still hot the night time temps are getting down to below 20C which makes sleeping more comfortable. The sea temperature is a lot colder here but a lot more refreshing when you need to cool ...
... a sorry for nearly losing her phone. It has a famous horse fair which we have missed by a week. It is the oldest town in Portugal. It was founded by the Romans. They built a bridge which with modifications still stands. It is a nice little town but it is too hot to enjoy the stroll round it. Anything from 34 to 37 degrees depending on which thermometer you looked at. We are staying at Carmo's Boutique Hotel which is a charming little hotel run by a lovely lady. It is full of an ...
Early start in Espinho and a brisk walk to train station. I had paid site and checked out but they said I could leave motorhome safely on site until we got back from Porto.
The train into Porto takes about 30 minutes and for €3.25 return it is good value. The day in Porto was absolutely stunning. Perhaps it did not have the grace of Lisbon but it's mix of grand streets and squares, tumbled down abandoned buildings and of course the ...
... about on the Way... "Walking is the perfect way of moving if you want to see into the life of things. It is the one way of freedom. If you go to a place on anything but your feet you are taken there too fast and miss a thousand delicate joys that were waiting for you by the wayside." Elizabeth von Arnim. Enjoy your walk today, wherever you go, and if possible, I hope you take the river ...
... br> We have passed a lot of 'Camino" art since crossing into Spain and I thought it might be interesting to post several of the more compelling sculptures we have passed since entering this country. It is a surprising delight to be walking along and come up on a statue or carving of something related to the Camino. It is a nice 'greeting' for the day. I hope you are ...