HF Ipanema Porto
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Preparing for the Camino solo vs. with your companion are two completely different experiences. When I walked the Camino solo, I thought of only myself. When I walk the Camino with Alfonso, I think of both of us but I still yet have to find that balance where I am paying attention to my own needs. At the beginning of the Camino, I met two American couples from Washington state. I shared with them how I ...
... air up and out. So very interesting. In the old town, there are entire blocks of abandoned buildings, some for sale others…who knows? A lot of for sale signs and a lot of shops no longer in business. I guess recovery has been slow for Portugal. Some of the homes in old town look as if they would fall over in a big wind…some have corrugated walls (exterior walls) and roofs. Not sure how secure and stable these structures are!
... from the subway stop and met Al, the host for Porto. He was a bit weird, and his house was a bit weird. He had almost no furniture in the lounge - just two chairs, a table and a tv. Our room was fine, but everything else in the house needed a good clean. But oh well, it was cheap. We enquired about the wifi and he gave us a log in for a free public wifi service run by a TV company that must have been from outside and down the street. It sucked since you had to repeatedly sign in ...
... are white and whiter, Amanda and Tamar did a good job of
bronzing and Tamar even attempted tanning topless- since that’s what happens
here. I was pretty proud of her and compared to the saggy women who were also
doing the whole topless things- she stole the show. We explored the cliffs and
walked through the rocks around the beach before catching a cab back to Lisbon.
It was the perfect Portugal beach experience because it wasn’t at all touristy
... also called George! Now exporting to 55 countries! And I still don't like their port!!!
It was a good cellar tour, very informative and we had paid for no less than five tastings as I wanted to give the port every available opportunity to please my palette! The first one, a white, exceedingly sweet, intended as an aperitif, one sip....awful. The second and third, both tawny (amber), one 10 years old and supposed to ...