Casa do Visconde de Chanceleiros
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... to realize how consistent we are as human beings in our use of food and drink to bind ourselves together!
Being more a “meat & potatoes” guy myself, I intuitively view food more as fuel than art. Travel has broadened me in this area. I’ve grown to appreciate the art of food, and, on all 7 continents, I’ve witnessed the social magic that happens around a shared meal. Thank God for the joy of food and sharing ...
... cold beer. Nate if your are reading this, please add the picture our send it to me ! Tomorrow we have a choice, boat ride up the Douro river, or ride to our next stop in Terreiro. About half doing either, I'm riding, Leslie is boating. It's our "leg breaker day". Not sure what the issue is , only 90k, and 1650m in climbing. Lots of ups and downs, the climbs are shorter than we have had, just steeper. Hummm .... Will let you know how it goes ... No beer, mid ride .... ...
... say relieved it was an easy 93 k day. We did still have just over 1000m of climbing. This part of Portugal has been beautiful. The legs are getting tired, hate to see how wimpy they would become if I didn't get the awesome messages we get each ...
... to the ship for lunch, and then continued our journey back to Porto. As we got closer to the city we began to see signs of urban civilization, including kayakers, and motor home parks at the river's edge!
The Captain's farewell reception and dinner were delightful, and we enjoyed our last look at the lights of Porto from the river. Tomorrow we will begin our trip extension to Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
We cruised this beautifully sunny morning to the town of Pinhao, enjoying the quiet of this narrow part of the river with little more than vineyards to offer. Of course, we did go through a lock, which still brings the passengers out on the deck to see the process one more time.
As soon as we arrived, we climbed on our buses and went up, up and ...