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Day started badly, went for breakfast 8:30 I ask you how damn late for a pilgrim-no one but the two Nice German Girls we met the previous night, no coffee sod all - 10 minutes later we grabbed some fruit and set forth, will not recommend that place. The Sun was out as we strolled the 3.5k to Rates a delightful town with 11 century remains of pagan temples, lively churches and great Bar for late ...
... blocking it, and eventually a solid new dune is formed, with plants and all. The beaches are clean, soft sand, curling waves being blown in the morning breeze. Cyclists and joggers and walkers make use of the boardwalk in a clattering of wood under feet and bicycle tyres. The landscape of building change from village to village, from real seaside resort type houses to again the tiniest of little fishermen cottages, huddled together, built for purpose and not for ...
... has been voted the third most beautiful library in the world. This also was rumored a place where J. K. Rowling would have coffee and write about the famous series. You can tell by the staircase that this was a place of inspiration! Oporto was a great change of pace from the hustle and bustle of Lisbon. Oporto is beautiful. After the 10 days in Portugal we are ready to make our way north to Paris, France tomorrow! As with previous cities and countries it is always exciting to ...
June 16, 2014- Day 31
Today we got up nice and early,
although tamar did have to take 2 attempts to get me and Amanda up :) We got
ready really quickly and climbed up the stairs to the Barrio Alto district and
had the most amazing breakfast! For 2.5 euro we had orange juice (freshly
squeezed), tea, a ham and cheese croissant- which was incredible because the
croissant was freshly made, and a Portuguese pastry called natas. I absolutely
... spot where he is thinning. He has a pencil and a sketch book and he is focussing on the torn weathered canvas tops, or roofs of this place. He is elderly, his hair sits at his collar, grey and wavy, his face worn and wrinkled, his hands are tanned, thin and bent with age. I love this guy, wanted to take a photo but I would have interrupted him and he was lost in his work.
Some of you may know that I once and not too long ago expressed an interest in ...