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... has bought a keg and is selling it cups, food rooms with all kinds of baked goods, cafés, home businesses of all kinds.... Some lead to huge down stairs areas, others are a very small space used well to fit exactly what is needed inside. There are young boys on the street offering drugs to us, older men trying to sell umbrellas and jewellery, and beggars boldly approaching every tourist.
The rain is annoying but we like it here so far.
So we climb great big hills in the ...
... tourists, the cheapest sunscreen we could find was a small bottle for 12 Euros. Tempted to pass it up and hope for the best, I justified my future healthy skin with the overpriced lotion. Of course now you might expect me to go on about how I'm so glad I bought it, blah blah, blah... Well I AM extremely grateful I had at least some lotion covering my ghostly white body; however, of course, me (the worst sunscreen applier ever) missed just a few important spots.... ...
... this scenario got us to agree to a compromise. I would eat Italian, and then tomorrow, we would have fish and meat etc. The pasta was extremely tasty, at least! We stopped in a wine bar, up the Rua do Diario de Noticias. We tried the Vinho verde (green wine). I really enjoyed it, it has a refreshing, but not too sweet taste. Kind of like apples.
Anyways, when we got back to Tasco do Chico, it was packed. I ordered a glass of white wine, and then asked a group if I ...
... Then we had to wait for a bus to take us to the next terminal. Again the driver was in no rush. Thank goodness he dropped us at the right terminal. We had a 20% chance of getting dropped at the right place. At this point our flight was scheduled to leave in less than 20 minutes. We ran to the gate and even though last call was already made they let us on the plane. Phew. Everyone had to wait for us. Oops.
The flight was short and we slept for most ...
... for us - as Americans - to see how people live for centuries stacked on top of one another. Never leaving their neighborhoods, much less their city. In one area we saw, residents actually shared one public bathroom until 15 years ago! All of their restaurants, markets, doctors, churches, schools are basically on the street below their apartment.
Another interesting thing about ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking