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... us in a suit yes perfectly attired probably early to mid seventies at a guess silver hair ,fair English albeit broken ....the room was large old fashioned furniture antique but comfortable ,large window with a view over the countryside ,. We showered and went for a walk to find a place for dinner ,only 3 cafés in the town so we didn't think that would take long. Pizza or local Portugese were the first 2 ,then the third was an a la ...
... slightly change. We ate some overpriced but tasty sandwiches and hung out in the insane heat for a while, before walking back up the hill to the park. The park was fairly astonishing, with beautiful views everywhere and classic sculpture and mosaic like Gaudi buildings, and also beautiful tracts of park. It was very nice. Afterwards we set off towards Barceloneta, where we met Deejay at the station. We walked down to the beach, where ...
... After that we into the old part of town and climbed the stairs on little streets up to the university which is huge and beautiful. We visited the parts that were accessible for the public which took us at least an hour. Than we walked down and went for a walk into the tiny streets with lots of small shops, had a drink on a terrace of a beautiful old café and walked around some more until we had some dinner on a nice square quite hidden. It was really ...
... initial feeling that the city gives me is that it is a very festive city. For dinner, we went to Paparico, the current #1 restaurant on Trip Advisor for Porto. For appetizers, we ate a half-sphere of pork pate with a port wine sauce, octopus in thin cross sections with caramelized onions, and cod ceviche with cornbread chips. Our main course was a wet rice dish with monkfish and a cut up giant shrimp. The roe of the shrimp flavoured the al dente ...
... to Agueda afterward. The small town was having an umbrella festival, and they hung umbrellas of different colours along the length of a few streets. In addition to cooling the street down, it made everything very colorful. For dinner, we drove to Luso; a town just below Bussaco Palace. The town is famous for its water spring. There is even a place where people can freely fill up drinkable spring water. We went to a restaurant called Pedra de Sal. ...
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