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... with English translations or at least a waiter with some English. Eventually we settled on a restaurant a ten minute walk away near the cathedral. The English menu translations were quite incomprehensible, but we decided to give it a go. What we had was very tasty - and cheap. Our waiter seemed genuinely astonished when we told him that meal sizes in Portugal are about double what we're used to, and his restaurant was certainly no ...
... areas too were spectacularly beautiful and decorated in very good taste. That night, we decided to indulge ourselves with a slap-up meal of genuine Portugese food in the beautifully decorated hotel restaurant. We were not disappointed. The food was very tasty, perhaps a bit more salty than we are used to, but with all sorts of interesting side dishes and nibbles to augment the food. Despite being hungry, Brian managed only about 1/3 of his ...
Lol ... Yeh a simple ride in the park today ... A little false advertising ... 68.9 k,took me 3:43, 5547.8 feet of climbing ... Left before everyone else by about 25 mins. A few of the fast guys got me before the summit of our ride, which was at 1993m. The climb was 19k, and1000m. Just a blast coming down ... As I like to call it the fat boy section. Just flying downhill., As hard as the day was the park we rode in does have awesome views, well worth the ...
What a ***** of a day ! 93 k, over 2500m up. Worst part had a 15% grade. Started to get nasty when it kicked up to 9%, and slowly got worse. Started cursing when it hit 13% and could see on the Garmin the hill wasn't even close to being done, and was going to get tougher ! On the bright side, saw some amazing views. Nate from InGamba stayed with Leslie and I as we well well off the back. Finished two hours after the first ...
... pigs roaming around eating the nuts. On arrival in Porto we crossed the Douro River which is spectacular. We spent some time driving around Porto to see all the sites and then spent some time wandering around buying souvenirs and eating lunch. After lunch we visited Graham's Port House where we were given a guided tour plus tasting. We then returned to the hotel for ...