Hotel Palacio Dos Melos
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... we read about a Monsanto tradition:
"One of the most symbolic traditions of Monsanto is the Festival of the Holy Cross, to commemorate the resistance to a long history of sieges: the women carry to the top of the castle typical rag-dolls (known as "marafonas") and clay jars full of flowers are thrown from the walls."
Next May, we will have to come back, buy some ...
... words and gained some much needed strength from them. I'm sure everyone will agree this was for a worthy cause, I know my brother would have agreed. A special thanks goes to my mum Vanessa and my wife Karis for their support throughout this adventure. When I set out on this journey I had lots of questions, and lots of those have been answered however one important question still remains ........ What next ? ...
... do dao which is a 3 meter wide Tarmac path on an old railway line .fortunately they removed the sleepers and track .and as luck would have it ,it was down hill all the way .Rod and mum found a great camping spot for me but unfortunately this time it was under water as they have damned the river down stream ,so I found a few trees ...
... are **** and don't know how to drive safely .they are not considerate to cyclist or other road users . A lorry came round the bend and the driver looked straight at me smiled and moved over but the **nk*r who was touching his bumper couldn't see me neither could the wa**er that was touching his bumper .the first car missed me but the second car clipped my pannier .i was stood between the two panniers so It was extremely close to taking me out ! ...
... some 4000 vintners of Portuguese wine and port. The WOW factor is the landscape in the area. Picture a river with high hills on either side of the river, completely covered with grapes growing on man-made terraces (many with walls made of slate to create a terrace) all the way to the top of the hill. I mean as far as the eye can see there is nothing but grape vines, with olive tree groves interspered among them. The pictures you see ...