Hotel Mestre Afonso Domingues
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and it was only $6.00. The large carafe of wine was $3.50.
After my soup and sweet I went for a walk and got soaked. So I came back to the hostel and watched a Gene Hackman movie.
my new Dutch friend left today, but to before inviting me to come to Holland, which they prefer you to say The Netherlands. She lives right in the south in a piece that sort of looks like the appendix. I guess it has been less than ...
... 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 ...
Since we've slowed down to let Allen's back heal and since it is low season for tourists we enjoy watching the locals. There are several groups of 3 or 4 older men that hang out at various corners and solve the worlds problems. Old ladies walk around in short full skirts with leggings, aprons, scarves and shawls. Many are widows all in black. The beach is horribly littered in the morning with all sorts ...
... only to Google map, we made it. The restaurant was so local, so authentic, so delicious. Nobody spoke more than a few words of English. We ordered by pointing a badly taken pictures of the dishes. But the food itself was to die for. It was the best and only baby goat I have ever eaten! And I dare to say I will not have another baby goat meal that would come close. After such a scrumptious lunch, we were on our way to Porto again. Found time to make a stop ...