Hotel Mestre Afonso Domingues
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A good soup day as it has been pouring all day. Actually, before I had my soup I watched a movie the Bobbie DarinStory or something like that with Kevin Spacey. I think I am the only one here. Went out for lunch and my soup I think had a potato base then was added a little cabbage and some slivers of carrot. With that I had a little cod fish cake, a coffee and a huge piece of lemon something pie. I had to cut it in ...
... of The Knights Templar and convent. It was amazing and extensive. I could have taken a zillion photos, there was just so much to see.
The architecture here is not as interesting or impressive as Aveiro, in fact rather mundane. It is hard to select just 5 photos to include with this entry. For now, Adventure ...
... I am thinner than both of them?! The Dutch woman and I went out to dinner together last nigh and that was nice. Tonight I think we will go to a midievil resturant that is spouse to be interesting, it was closed last night. A couple of things about Portugal...no one wears baseball hats which is nice and the place is spotless. I have rarely seen any trash and most trash cans are divided into 4 sections for sorting your trash. More later, Adventure ...
... food is tasty with lots of good desserts. They say you'll never go hungry in Portugal if you like fish. Portuguese grandmothers say to eat shellfish in any month that ends with r. That's when it's at its best. I think the Age of Discovery brought in a lot of new foods and spices and the Portuguese were smart enough to adopt the best.
Breakfast at our hotel is a buffet with choices of cereals, breads, cheeses, ...
... forth trying to overtake each other on a regular basis. We had lunch here, riverside, where our fish was grilled to perfection on the outdoor grill.
From here it was on to our final stop for the day, an overnight stop at Mertola. I am sure we were the only tourists in this town and stood out. This small town is strategically located on a river with another castle perched high above the town. Similar to other towns in Spain, this town was occupied by the Romans ...