Sao Jose Hotel
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... and church (UNESCO protected) at Alcobaca where we were treated to an impromptu performance of the Panis angelicus. Apparently the 2 tenors "work" there and make a living from drawing the crowds with their voices and flagging their CD. Excellent acoustics! Next came coffee and, of course, a custard tart! We then went to Nazare, home of the huge waves much loved by the world's surfing fraternity. This has ...
... next stop is in Cascais, this is a town that I mentioned and wished to see. It’s a city on the coastline, so a little beach town, that people in Portugal go to on their summer holidays, etc. We drive in and head straight to the main site to see which is called "Boca Do Inferno", which is an archway along the coastline where the water crashes through, a nature beauty! We spend some time here watching the ...
Today we are at sea. It's very odd being at sea with one more port to call at and then it's disembarkation day. We're used to having embark-day at sea-4 ports- day at sea-disembark. So today feels like the last day. But it's not? We still have a full day left! Last night the sea was very rough and the ship was shuddering violently. This caused some problems when trying to sleep. The weather today has been pleasant. I've been in shorts & ...
... rather grand. We had to go to a suitcase shop as we've realised that we've bought quite a lot of things... Oporto is very hilly and not very photogenic. Due to the rain our Great British Sailaway Party was moved to one of the inside bars. Garry bæ was there. A call was made 4 times for missing passengers. The captain set sail without them!! They're currently stuck in Portugal. I looked over 18 and was handed ...
... lost in the wonderful old buildings and churches, we eventually got on a tram to take us up and down the many hills of this old city. We walked down the equivalent of the Paris Champs Elysee, Avenue des Liberadides- it was fantastic.
On our walk back to the train station, we stopped at a restaurant, just by chance, called the Leao d'Ouro. One could avail of an all you can eat buffet for 6.90. Ordinarily, I'd be nervous of such a tempting ...