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... was married to the king of Castile.
The castle was also the route taken by pilgrims traveling to Santiago de Compostela. Local history has it that St. Francis of Assisi spent the night here on his pilgrimage to the tomb of St. James.
As our tourbus traveled the path to Barca d’Abra and the Queen Isabel. There the captain’s gala dinner was planned to celebrate both the end of our river cruise and to pay tribute to the American Fourth of ...
... villages tucked into the miles of vineyards like a Christmas display on your fireplace.
Impressive rock formations began to rise up into the sky once passed the third lock. The lock itself had a large waterfall effect once the rear lock door began its rise from the river bottom. The bow of the ship became part of the water fall about a third of the way in the process ...
... his body. His look of shock while wine dripped down his body was a mini essay of the experience.
Waitress and Dining Room Manager quickly took charge to remedy the situation. Chuck was exceptional in his attempt to make lite of the situation. Profuse apologies and insistence on sending Chuck's shirt and pants to laundry. He was asked to return to his suite and refresh. He ...
Yesterday at 14:00 we cast off and began our sail up the Douro River. The Valley was closed to shipping from 1964 to 1985 for the construction of 5 dams and locks to make the river more navigable. Now cargo as well passenger vessels like ours sale on the River. One of the photos today will be the first of the 5 locks we use to go up River.
Houses and small villages dot the hillsides. There are also many terraces on ...
After 3 days of exploring Porto and Gaia the Queen Isabel set sail. Now mind you the part of the Douro River in Portugal is less that 25% of the river. The rest flows through Spain. But only the Portuguese waters with the five locks are navigable. So cruising the river is slower than a snail crawl yet relaxing and beautifully tranquil.
Our first stop is Amarante for a walking ...