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- Continental Breakfast
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- Tennis Court
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On Thursday morning we left Quinta Chave Grande and one of the friendliest campsites we have ever visited, but not before buying rolls from the ever-smiling baker, Amadeus. It is clear why so many return year after year to chill out and indeed why some eventually buy homes, be it for vacations or retirement. Not for us though - at the moment, our holiday home is where we choose to park it! Although our destination was northwards, given the rural location and how ...
A couple of good reasons for heading out to the far west are that we have never been to this part of Spain and this is the area where they produce Abariņo wine, one of Jo's favourites. Unlike the south this is very green as it is kept cooler and wetter by the Atlantic weather systems.
First stop was the supermarket in Vigo to buy some local wine. Yes you can do wine tours, and we have done a few, but if all you want to do is try ...
... a sorry for nearly losing her phone. It has a famous horse fair which we have missed by a week. It is the oldest town in Portugal. It was founded by the Romans. They built a bridge which with modifications still stands. It is a nice little town but it is too hot to enjoy the stroll round it. Anything from 34 to 37 degrees depending on which thermometer you looked at. We are staying at Carmo's Boutique Hotel which is a charming little hotel run by a lovely lady. It is full of an ...
Early start in Espinho and a brisk walk to train station. I had paid site and checked out but they said I could leave motorhome safely on site until we got back from Porto.
The train into Porto takes about 30 minutes and for €3.25 return it is good value. The day in Porto was absolutely stunning. Perhaps it did not have the grace of Lisbon but it's mix of grand streets and squares, tumbled down abandoned buildings and of course the ...
... destination. When we get to choose our path, we should consider the benefits of the "river path" and only take the highway with it's traffic, noise and smell of diesel when there is absolutely no choice. The quality of the 'journey' may, in the end, be everything. If we are 'betrayed by destinations,' then the end may not be the point at all but how we get there. Here is another quote ...