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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... for best in Portugal or similar for quite a few years and had almost double the normal number of one branch of the police. Also being small there was alot of pride in the town and thus it was very clean and most buildings were being or had been renovated. This branch of police I speak of were responsible for a wide number of things. if people parked too long in loading zones or handicapped spots but not for general parking as a private ...
... them, if not I’ve got my lid and boots so I’ll go pillion if needs be. After that I’ll be going down to Alicante via Zaragosa to meet up with my old work-mate Alan (Drakey) who’s got a house near there.
I want to visit a few places on the way to Pamplona, including Madrid, so that means that sadly my time in Portugal is nearing an end and I’ve only sampled a tiny bit of it. I like what I’ve seen very much and hope I will be back.
... up and down hills (by this time it was 7pm!!) we had missed out signing up for another group hostel dinner, so we opted to try another restaurant on the list they gave us. We had a nice meal down the road and tried to share a 1.5L jug of Sangria but we couldn't quite finish....a lot of red wine man haha! The jug was only €8.95!!We then headed back home for bed. Tomorrow we are going to walk to the beach...which should be good.
See yaAndrea & ...
... some alcohol spirit into the wine to stop the ferment and keep the sugar that would normally be turned into alcohol as extra sweetness. The result is the sweet, strong Port in various types: white, ruby, and tawny. Fun fact, they have fish in the caves as a way to check that the temperature and humidity is right since the fish stop moving around if the environment changes too much and they know something has gone haywire.
The actual caves were definitely worth a walk ...
... with dessert. We then adjourned to the lounge where a local group of 13 college engineering students entertained us with music and song. Such groups are called "TUNA"-don't ask me why. They were quite talented and we now own a CD of their music!
We leave in the morning for the week long exploration of the Douro River region. Unfortunately the temperature has turned hot (90+ predicted). Hopefully it will be temporary.