Having been to Vigo before I wasn’t under a lot of pressure to bail off and explore the city this morning.
This was a stop on that Independence of the Seas circuit I did mid June. The city doesn’t see so many ships that they have to accommodate more than one ship at a time. There weren’t any issues with docking or the gangways. In fact, the local immigration, constabulary and merchants were more than wiling to insure that everyone who was interested in disembarking could easily get off the ship without incident, hopefully with wallet in hand.
The last time I wandered through town it was off the ship, past the new fancy shopping center and up the hill to the right into the older part of the city, exploring it for several hours.
This time I headed to the left, first getting a picture of the ship from the other side of the small boat harbor before going and looking for parks, museums, doors or anything that might prove interesting.
And so we have more doors – old, new and in between.
I didn’t spend as much time off ship as I initially planned, but after walking for a few hours, my stomach demanded food….
Oh, and can’t forget the knitting…….