Pousada de Setubal Historic Hotel
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... kind of makes of for it. Passing through the plaza in a busy part of town, I see a group of people all wearing t-shirts with hearts on them and approaching random strangers. At first it looks like a fundraiser or campaign of some short--but no, it's Brazilian based denomination that is taking its message to the streets.
I'd like to do a little socializing, so when an attractive young Brazilian girl approaches me, I decide to play along
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... yet the building stayed cool. The height must catch the cooling breeze off the ocean. We’ll come back here to stay our last three nights in Portugal.
Met up with Rick Again
We met Rick (after his dentist visit) at Cais do Sodre train station. While walking east, we stumbled on an impressive old building with grand wooden entry doors and a grand lobby. The receptionist inside said it ...
... so if ones had a good day one will say “I’ve had a gold over blue day”! It was certainly a gold over blue day for us. After the palace we had some time to explore the little streets and shops – not much, but enough to buy some of the local traditional pastries and for Keith a cup of strong local coffee. We then headed to Cascais – a fishing village – we wouldn’t call it a village at all – very large but with small village ...
For those of you who don't know, I spent a lot of time in hostels 6 years ago when i walked the Camino Santiago across northern Spain. So, I was a bit hesitant to try what the NYT calls a "haute hostel." I've only been here a few hours, but I must admit, it is a bit higher class place than all the hostels and albuergues I stayed at along ...
... But Madeira itself had no intention of fading easily into obscurity, not with February rolling around and the big highlight of the Madeiran social calendar – Carnival! That’s right, here in Madeira they have a sort of parallel celebration to Mardi Gras in New Orleans or Carnival in Rio. Supposedly it is one of the best and biggest in Europe, but since we’ve never been to one in Europe, or anywhere else for that matter, I really can’t say. What I can ...