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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... far back it went, but judging by the fact that his handle was about 15 feet long and they were able to load nearly 200 good-sized loaves of bread in one baking session, it seemed large enough to feed an army.
While our Canadian walkers were awarding a maple leaf flag pin on the older gal, who seemed in a mild state of shock at seeing this many people in the bakery at one time, let alone foreigners, Hugo explained a bit about ...
... since it was full of locals, we thought it was a good omen. Food was fabulous.Lach and I shards a dish that was like a lasagna but it was creamed potatoes, cod, lobster, spinach,onions in layers. Our drive home was nail biting- very twisty and narrow streets with oncoming traffic often veering into our lane. When you went around a corner, you hesitated to see if lights were coming. The big trucks are especially ...
... 2k behind us, and I couldn't hold his wheel. Not a problem ... Fat boy section was coming up ... I love these downhills. Fell in behind the group for the last bit of the climb, oh it's nice drafting in a large pack. Once the downhill started, having to use my brakes a bit to much behind folks, saw some clear rode in a windy section,cut the corner to the guard rail on a left hander and was gone off the front like a rocket ... Did I tell you I like these downhills. ...
The bus trip up the hill today took us to the town of Vila Real, site of the extraordinary Mateus Palace - the building depicted on the Mateus wine labels. Remember when we thought we were so sophisticated, drinking this pink bubbly stuff?
I was here on my first trip to Portugal many years ago. (So you won't be surprised to hear that it only looked vaguely familiar.) I don't think the baroque-style country home built ...
... departed for the very small town of Favaios on our return to the ship. The highlights were the small local museum featuring wine and bread making, and a visit to a bakery where we observed the baker making fresh bread. And of course we sampled it, to be sure that it tasted as good as it looked.
Believe it or not, we were able to stuff down yet another meal at dinner!