Amazonia Jamor Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... just a couple of doors down for dinner. Excellent grilled fish, potatoes, polenta, salad, local wine and dessert of rice puddling (Allen had chocolate mousse). Fado singers for entertainment. Dinners start late. Restaurants don't even open until 7:30. We go home after midnight. People are friendly and so far everyone speaks English! ...
Last night was so good, happy hour at the hostel then pub crawl and clubs to finish up. The atmosphere was mental. The guys were a really cool bunch. It ended up with me being offered a job at the hostel! Which I'd love! But got the rest of Europe to see first! ... We're now tucking into pancakes and laughing about last night ...
... to them. A little indicator line showed the scale; I traced the path that stretched ahead of me, counting the switchbacks and trying to calculate the distance. The switchbacks showed how steep it is, and the scale showed that I still had about 1.5 km. I knew when to admit defeat and turned myself around for the return trip. About halfway back, I noticed again a little restaurant I had snapped a photo of on the way up. Suddenly I was very hungry. And so it was that ...
... us with copies of all the menus we have had on the is cruise and after lighting our flaming baked Alaska's all the chefs paraded through the restaurant. Tomorrow we will be home about midday. What with packing and putting our n cases today and an early start tomorrow the winding down process has started. Despite Mum being unwell we have had a good time and memories to keep us going. Hope you have enjoyed my blog, When home I will have it printed into a book. Love Mum & ...
What's the best way to start your morning? Horilka (aka Vodka) of course. Well sadly for me I wasn't consuming any, rather it was being offered to me in order to disinfect a minor cut. So this is how my european vacation began, off in a cab at 5am with a cotton ball soaked in vodka held tightly to my thumb. Ukrainians are notorious for fixing all of their problems with home brew and vino. Now I pose the question to you all, what other applications are there for vodka besides ...