Hotel As Americas
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... was far too much for us to finish but it was just delicious and soooo...tender. And for all that and three carafes of wine it cost just 12 euros each. Prices have certainly come down since arriving in Portugal.
As we left we passed people still queueing to get in.
After dinner we went to the rooftop balcony on our hotel roof and took pictures of the town being lit up with spotlights as the sun went down before going to bed.
... the equivalent of their student bookstore and get Charlotte and Anna the university sweatshirts they so desired.
While in the old town, we scouted out the restaurant at which our "Fado experience" was booked, and upon seeing it, quickly realized that there was no hope of getting the van up into that part of the old town, let alone park it.
We enjoyed a welcome cocktail at the hotel before taking a couple of cabs over to ...
... ice cream loving peacocks in Cristos gardens. For 5.50€ ($8au) you received soup, bread, bottled water and the plate of the day... Which just happened to be fresh grilled sardines... See picture of Jordan salivating. The food was so good we returned the following days for Portugese delights and to get our vinho verde on. Asides from eating we are till trying to get over our urge to walk everywhere. So to spice ...
... and the chapel have strict rules about no picture taking. So one needs to count on their memory or buy the book sold by university students as part of the tour. The organ in the chapel is so powerful that a set of doors behind a curtain are opened to the courtyard when concerts are played. Without the doors the pure sound of the organ would be impossible to hear in the chapel itself.
Besides selling the ...
Hello, I've definitely fallen a bit behind in my blogging, I hope to go back in fill in the past couple of stops. My friends from Bordeaux had decided to head south and I was keen to join them for their next journey! Without knowing anything about where we were going I just tagged along. We arrived just after sunset into the sweet town of Aveiro, which has been referred to as the Venice of Portugal. We ...