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... the pastries are devine.
Dinner last night was fish stew. It came is a big pot for 2 people. The broth was tomato, onion and roasted red pepper. There were thick slices of potatoes and 3 kinds of fish steaks - sting ray, dogfish and wreck. Excellent! Our waiters were 2 young men. Nelsson from Nazare and Anderson from Brasil. They both speak excellent English and since it is slow enjoy taking with us. We ...
... a main square. The town is pure tourist. This is where the Portuguese go to the shore. The shops are filled with pottery, embroidered linens and what look like hand knit sweaters a long with lots of tacky beach wear. It is definately low season. We stop at a pastaleria for lunch. The mini diary lunch turns out to be 2 pieces of the best chicken we've had since ...
... to be close to royalty. In 1755, an earthquake devastated most of Lisbon, killing a quarter of the population, and left its mark on Óbidos as well. The Peninsular Wars between Napoleonic France and the combined forces of English and Portuguese troops further scarred the region with several key battles fought nearby. And Óbidos began its hibernation. Now, in 2014, Óbidos shines as a gem of ...
We left Porto this morning and arrived in Nazare, an ocean resort village. We have been blessed with 90 degree weather in the third week of October. We headed straight to the sand after checking into the hotel. We sat and watched the sun set and breathed the salt air. There are huge waves that hit here sometime, although today was calm. The world's record for surfing was set here.
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... people out there. For some reason, we thought we could get by in the township without the GPS and turned it off. Bad mistake!! We ended up in these little cobbled lane ways, where the car could hardly fit through. I got out at one stage to see which way we should go, and one of the locals yelled at Craig and told him to go, so we slowly inched our way through, and found our way back down to the waterfront. Our plan from there was to go to Obidos, a walled city not far ...