AC Hotel Palacio Universal by Marriott
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... of different wines and work out which you want to buy to take home, then the supermarket is quicker and cheaper!
Next stop a campsite out on the other side of the bay. This area is called Rķas Baixas because of all the inlets.
Now we are in July everywhere by the coast it is a lot busier. We have not been booking sites in advance, but so far as long as you don't turn up too late, you will get in. We stayed in Limens for ...
... the border the time is displayed on an overhead gantry. It says it is 11.50 but by my watch it is 12.50. Suddenly it clicks and we realise that Portuguese time is an hour behind Spanish. So we have gained an hour and are now ahead of the original schedule. Sometimes you make your own luck, and sometimes it just happens when you least deserve it. We are staying a few miles out in the country from Ponte de Lima. We go to the town on the way so I can buy Kathleen her first beer in ...
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 ...
... are willing to pay a lot of money to hear him perform and his concerts usually sell out. But the expectation of people on the way to work that morning was not to hear a concert violinist, and many walked by without even noticing there was someone playing. Managing my own expectations is a constant challenge and it is something of which I am usually not aware. So tomorrow, my goal is to walk with an open mind and high expectations of seeing beauty all around ...
... destination. When we get to choose our path, we should consider the benefits of the "river path" and only take the highway with it's traffic, noise and smell of diesel when there is absolutely no choice. The quality of the 'journey' may, in the end, be everything. If we are 'betrayed by destinations,' then the end may not be the point at all but how we get there. Here is another quote ...