Pensao Residencial Marfim
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... against the exit side of the plane with my leg half hanging out during the entire ascent. It was quite the amazing view the entire 40 minutes upward to our jump altitude of 4500 meters. When the time came to jump it was quite an experience and once the chute was pulled we had an amazing view of Porto and the Atlantic the entire way down. After landing safely we decided to take a walk around Espinho and then head back to the Foz for our last sunset in Porto. We ended up at ...
The ship left Cadiz at about 5pm yesterday, heading west then north homewards. And as soon as we started northwards up the coast of Portugal the weather completely changed. From the hot, sunny, dry Meditaranean weather we now have heavy clouds, strong winds and dull grey boring skies, just like Britain will be when we arrive Saturday. It's like we're suddenly on a different planet.
Last night after dinner at the posh Grande Restaurant (what's the "E" for? that ...
... bottles lined up with a price ranging from .50
Euros on up to 2.00 Euros for a taste of around an ounce. Taste to your heart’s
delight! They need to install those at wineries in California and elsewhere in
the U.S. so you don’t have to listen to the winery employee’s boring sales
pitch (often accompanied by flirtatious behavior) now that wineries almost all
charge for their tastings anyway. When I visit wineries at home I often want to
... the BBQ place anyway but decided to carry on to see what else was around. Turns out not much. The area we were in was nice enough, but it was more of a thoroughfare suburb than a destination so there wasn't much in the way of food. We had no choice but to just walk in the hopes that things would pick up down that way. In hindsight, we should have just jumped back on the metro but didn't realise how far out we were. We tried to take a short cut through a big palace gardens but ended ...
... night, got the last table, and tucked into a bar food that is even more delicious than nachos. It is probably very good for me that franchesinas are not readily available in the United States.
The next morning, we set out to explore UNESCO-listed Porto. We had hoped to do a short river cruise and see its scenic riverfront from the water, but the day started very windy and dreary, so we opted to hoof it instead. This ended up allowing us to go ...