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... was lounging about having drinks and snacks. An idyllic setting and a nice respite from our "go-go-go" schedule of past few days.
We ate dinner at the hotel, which was -- relatively speaking -- the weakest of our meals on the trip. Service was very slow, even by European standards, and the food was good, but not on par with the rest of our trip. By the time dessert even became an option, nearly three hours had passed and we were all tired; electing instead for bed.
... to the castle lays in ruins as a reminder of its fight with Castile.
The Jewish Quarters in the remains of the old castle attest to the close alliance between jewish merchants, bankers and philosophers and the kingdom of Portugal. You see and feel the history of the region by looking eastwards to Spain and northwards to the valley of the River Douro.
It was during the dynastic crisis of 1383-1385 that Beatriz the only daughter of Fenando ...
... Vancouver and almost every vacation trip since that July many, many summers ago.
Today journey across River is slow and leisurely. If you don't think about it you would not even realize the boat was moving. This is the UNESCO designated Alto Douro region. We experienced the beautiful and pristine waterway. You see dramatic vistas, bountiful countryside and terraced vineyards ...
... But everyone remembers the dramatic moment scene that includes the still-moment freeze included in every early movie. These are the classic shots we have all seen clips of hundreds of times.
Well the white wine went flying across Chuck's plate and with great force soaking his right hand and arm. Enough force and liquid remained to soak his shirt and pants along the right ...
... the St Goncalo pastry. If she eats part of it she is letting the young man know of her interest in his courtship. If she refuses a bite she is letting the young man know she has no interest in him. By the way it is dry, crunchy and rather bland with too much sugar icing on top.
Uniworld had arranged a pastry and cafe stop for us travelers on our way back from the center of town. ...