- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 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. ...
... 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!
... between ports while we were 'up the hill' sightseeing.
Today we visited the Baroque Sanctuary of our Lady of Remedies in Lamego. The first chapel was established at the top of the hill in 1361. The first stone for the current shrine was laid in 1750, and completed in 1905. Many religious pilgrims climb the 686 steps from the level of the town to the shrine...on their knees. (Don climbed the ...
... on the 10:15am train, transferred seamlessly in Trofa, and at 12:30, we arrived in Guimar„es. It was a 1.1 kilometer walk to our hotel.
Our hotel, Residencial Mestre d'Aviz was a great choice. The location is in the town center on the edge of the historic core. It is conveniently close to attractions, great restaurants and supermarkets. It is a remodeled 16 room townhouse with ...
... included in the ticket, so we dew-fully hoped off. After falling in love with the area we decided to stay longer. Unfortunately we had only booked the one night at Quinta da Casa, so moved down the road to Tabuaco a small village in the heart of the valley. Again, we stayed at another family run accommodation house with a pool albeit this one was a little older originating in the 17th century. The first night we had it to ourselves and enjoyed playing billboards in ...