Residencia Mar dos Acores
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... Ana was giving us a very comprehensive history of winemaking in the area. Our first stop was at Quinta do Popa, a small winery specializing in table wines. Our guide was Leila, a very cute gal who turned out to be one of the wine makers. It was kind of like being in Napa 30 years ago - personalized tour with the winemaker and great discussions about wine...just what we were hoping for. We ended up buying a whole bunch of wine, of course, and Leila gave us a small bottle of ...
... types of dishes made from seafood.
Perhaps another major player in Portuguese culture is the Catholic faith. Portugal has always been a Catholic nation. There are many Catholic churches and Catholic traditions that can be found throughout the country. Indeed, many of the national holidays are Catholic holidays.
All of these things contribute to the culture of Portugal. The dynamic history of the nation have shaped it to become what it is today. ...
... but you had to go via Madrid. So we tried to rent a car – it’s only a little more than 200 miles….but it was so expensive since we wanted to go to another country, it ended up being the same to be driven…..and much faster than our first options.
But that’s my next chapter….
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... city from all angles. The only bad thing was their women's bathrooms. We waited in line for at least 25 minutes because only one stall was working. When you walked out of the bathroom, all the benches and rails were occupied by men waiting for the girls. It reminded me of the "man chairs" at the mall in stores for women.
We stopped in a couple stores that had this amazing homemade pottery which was bright colors, and really unique designs. If I could've, I ...
I have officially reached my last day of my Eurotrip 2013! We have been in Lisbon for the last 2 days and the heat is unbearable! Our room doesn't have air conditioning which makes it difficult to escape the sweating.. Our first night we didn't leave the hostel because we were just too hot. Having an uphill trek to get to the hostel doesn't make me want to leave more than once ...