Residencial O Paradouro
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... around them down their lorgnettes to make sure they are behaving properly. Give them half a chance and they dress up in incongruous attire with dicky bows and ball gowns and think they have just flown in from Downton Abbey. This does not stop them being what they are, retired working class people living in ex council houses who happen to have put enough money aside to afford a cruise, and do so mainly to get away from their horrible money-grabbing ...
... The maitre d’, waiter and server were delightful.There recommendations for entries and wine added to the dining experience. Such lushness and seeing yourself over and over through many wall mirrors was odd. That would be especially for me who does not like having a picture taken. You will notice throughout this blog that I am unseen whenever possible.
... that long for me to try to upgrade from
my 24 Euro intercity train ticket. My observations about the Portuguese
countryside and towns from the train route is that much of it is a little like
a place left back in time. Much farmland seems abandoned and to have gone
fallow, or be in farmed in very small plots in contrast to the massive
commercial enterprises that run agriculture in southern Spain. The train passed
many derelict and abandoned older factories ...
... on TAP Portugal airlines and tossed our valuables in the second backpack to carry on. After some shopping and a coffee we made our way onto the plane. This time we were seated in row 12, the exit row. We have been continuously getting very lucky with our seating on these flights, from first class to Paris thanks to Mike Herman, to sixth row to Zurich, eighth row to Barcelona and now we we're in row 12. Not too shabby for a couple of Americans. The flight ...
... restaurant associated with a hotel called Hotel Ballio Alto on Rue de Florista- their specialty is Tapas. OMG- what a meal! Monica , I wish you were here.We had 5 Tapas- and probably should have done 4 ( each around 5E) .There was a rare beef slices with kimchi and sake reduction , marinated fish with wasabi ,coconut and sweet potato, duck croquettes with green mango chutney, codfish cakes with onions and ...