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... we met later for drinks ahead of dinner. Each family had a huge suite on either corner of the building comprising a huge bedroom, living room, foyer, and bathroom, all with massive windows looking out over the hills. The bed K and I shared was the widest I have ever seen. Five people could have sit across.
Anna and I left to explore the ramparts and towers, and we ran into Jeff and Charlotte doing the same thing. We later returned to find ...
... tours tend to do their most intensive sightseeing in the morning and often give their lemmings some freedom to disperse and venture out on their own in the afternoon.
The situation was similar at the Padrao do Descobrementos, a 50 meter-high limestone tower along the shore built in 1960 for the 500th anniversary of Henry the Navigator’s death. The tower can be climbed for a view, but the real attraction is at the ...
... which is one of the original and oldest port wine cellars in the town and so it was nice to visit this place. I discovered that I like port, which was quite a change in mindset for me having thought for years that I hate it. Ran into a guy on this tour who was also on the free walking tour I did in Belem, so we chatted for a while about what we’d seen of Portugal so far and what we liked / didn’t like.
... the 15 minute crossing to the airport arrivals terminal. I felt like we must have landed in Spain, and the bus was taking us, by land, to Portugal. Once I. The terminal, my relief was short lived. We walked for 30 minutes, go down. l o n g corridors, up ...
... This is what Fado means to them:
- "Other people can sing other genres. To sing Fado, you have to have something extra inside".
- "It comes from vigour, not rigour."
- "It's like you are singing the last song of your life."