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... br> towards the south wall. We found a small art gallery that was selling photos of
Marvoa. The photos included photos of the village in fog. Apparently, for much
of the year Marvoa is cloudy and foggy. Of course, we will always think of this
village as sunny. The photographer was attempting to document the effects of climate change on this quaint hilltop village.
We then walked the wall until we reached the street the
Pousada is ...
July 17 - Traveling to Marvoa
We left fairly early today, around 9:30, because we have
several stops to make. We made it out of town without a problem. A good sign.
Our first stop was the Roman ruins just south of Ciombra
in Conimbriga. This is the largest and most excavated Roman site in Portugal.
It was on the road between Lisbon and Braga. There is evidence that the Romans
inhabited the ...
... fresh too. Choices, choices.
Serpentine Forest Road
We wound on an increasingly serpentine road, once in a while through tunnel of trees. Finally, we spotted Marv„o. The minute we reached its lovely quaint narrow streets, we fell on love with the place. Our hotel turned out to be a winner too. Jorge, the grandson of the owner, was attentive and eager to make sure we had everything we needed.
... a breakfast served on board, we arrived in the Azores. It was rainy and overcast when we got there. We were first in line at the airline ticket counter and got our tickets for the next morning on to Porto. At this point, the rest of the plane was in line at the airline counter, looking for new tickets and hotel reservations.
We were the first ones from our plane to the hotel because we took a taxi and everyone else took ...
Half way through the second week at the vineyard and we have had enough. We sent off our designs for menus and got an email back saying they loved what we had sent and would get back to us after the weekend. We have been sat looking for an email for two days now and have heard nothing. We have decided we want to go home for at least a week before the job, if we get it, but we are struggling to find a place to stay. If we don't get the job then we will move back to England get ...