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... a swim and some pre-dinner drinks. Then we headed into the village and selected a restaurant for dinner. No menus In this place, just a wine list. The food prepared by Mama out the back. Same food served to everyone. Small portions the waiter told us - small! We ordered the best wine off the list a 2006 Touriga Nacionale which cost 25€. Then for another 35€ in total we were fed olives and bread, followed by ...
The Alto Douro region is most famous for port wines but also
produces some of Portugal’s best table wines, and I went through one village
named Favaios high above the river that specializes in growing muscatel grapes
and making sweet muscatel wines. Port’s story, though, is that the grapes are
grown in the region under strict rules, made into wine at the quintas (wineries)
in the area, and then transported to Porto ...
... had to do with politicians..maybe they need to break bread together and they could "digest" better??
7) "My heart is very small"...she was saying that she was very sensitive...sweet..
8) Incoming...this word she uses often when discussing economics and taxes...Her incoming...i.e. income
9) "the high on the hear"...this was great...we were gaining elevation and our ears where filling and we need to have our ears pop...she said this and we all stared at ...
... any road – that followed the Douro, which turned out to be a mighty task. The narrow two lane roads that snaked by the river went up the valley, then down the valley, through villages smaller than a country WalMart, then up the valley again. Ruth handled our little Opel with ease as I tried not to gaze into the abyss over the guard rail. At some point she offered to find the highway again and get us off the country roads (to put me out of my ...
... br> While all were taking care of said needs, Pedro whispered that he was heading around the corner to check on the local bakery. If they were operating, he thought it would be a fun stop. A few minutes later he was back flashing the thumbs up sign, and before we really got started with the walk, we strolled from the square to the town’s communal bakery.
Sure enough, the oven was fired up and three locals were hard at ...