Ibis Porto Sao Joao
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... nuisance because there were no signs as to how to get us back on later on down the track. So the poor boys were left to try and figure it out. We ended up taking a huge bypass through a scenic mountain, which kind of worked out beautifully as it was nice to look at. But of course, it was more stressing on the driver and navigator. The do a great job and it turns out we are actually driving in line with the highway, so we manage to get back on track, just a lot slower than we had hoped. ...
... boat (3 attempts) then letting out all the wire trace, then the line, then the snubber and finally the last of the rope - As I let go of the final 2ft and released the snubber the knot on the cleat came undone and the whole lot went straight overboard ! Great start to the day, about £50 down the Swanny. I sulked for about 20 mins then set up rig no.2 which went fine, then the rod and line which also went ok - we fished for 12 hours solid, the ...
... Port tasting x 2. We took ourselves to Sandeman and tried three ports for 5 Euro’s (cheap) in their elegant tasting room. A white, a ruby and a tawny. All beautiful, all sweet. We also went to Cockburn’s and had a tour and a tasting. I used to live on Cockburn – pronounced Coeburn – Street in Edinburgh and this distillery was started by a Scottish family…great connection, I hope my street was named after ...
...At Palacio da Bolsa, Dave spotted a sign for restaurant "O Comercial" inside, that would be special. The restaurant had special occasion written all over it. The soft piano music playing in the back ground the attentive waiters attending to our needs. Turns out they have a fantastic lunch menu of the day. We started out with wine, a lovely spring salad with brie, croutons and balsamic vinaigrette. Against better judgment, ...
... Barcelos. It was a hard walking day as mainly on roads and traditional granite cobblestones, interspersed at times with lovely villages lanes with old stone walls and grapevines at either side of the road. It rained off and on which actually was good from time to time to refresh us. Arcos was a pretty village with a picturesque lane way leading up to it where the pilgrim trails meet up from different alternate routes. Stopped for lunch or coffee and cake, (that would be always healthy ...