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... Figuera da Foz. Quite a cool little beach town that seemed very set up for tourists. There was some kind of huge stage on the beach and it looked as though a festival was being set up, we found out the hard way that the festival started the next day...all through the night cars arrived and filled up the car park that we were parked up in, people were starting to party already and were honking horns and all sorts of nonsense. Not what you want at ...
... people wanting to get in. Finally we got in to this very small room dominated by a very smart and modern kitchen.
Everything was in Portugese but the maitre d helped us out and we ended up getting shared dishes for the five of us. The restaurant specialises in pork, both farmed and wild, as well as bean dishes. We had wild pork with beans and rice, pork belly (nowhere near as fatty as we would make it), vegetables, and another bean dish.
... each song as, needless to say, we had no idea about what he was singing. It is safe to say, too, that when they concluded, we all had to concede that it was indeed an interesting thing to do, and dare I say we actually enjoyed it. K purchased a CD of their music, and the lead singer, Dennis (pronounced Den-eeesh), signed it. We noted that he dedicated the CD to K, and signed it with X's and O's. We all had fun for the remainder of the ...
Leaving Obidos we saw our first cork trees. Cork, almond and olive trees became a familiar part of the landscape as we moved north to Coimbra.
Coimbra was the birthplace of six Portuguese kings and the seat of Portugal’s oldest university. The Romans found the city of Ammonium and an important Moorish center. In 1064 Ferdinand the Great of Castile captured the city. As the Portuguese drove the Moors ...
Our 5th Blog Entry.
From Vilar Formosa we took an executive decision and headed for a tiny dot on the coast called Averio. After considerable debate, we decided to pass Porto,.. Portugal's second largest city,.. rather to head south and concentrate on the coastal villages,.. searching for that elusive, picturesque Portugese fishing village where we can kick back and suck up the atmosphere,.. the sangria, and the food! Now, I am sure there are many reading this entry who will ...
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