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... sometime. What a gem it is too. The location is very rural, set in a wooded valley, with informal pitching on terraces so you definitely don't feel cramped. The peace and tranquility is only shattered by the chimes from a local church on the hour and half-hour, birdsong and people chatting. Although Dutch-owned, the site is managed by a lovely couple - Lidia and Jorge - who supplied us with a welcome drink at the bar and ...
... lot to Viseu. We check in to the Pousada de Viseu. Pousadas are the state owned equivalent of Paradors in Spain but they are commercially managed by a Hotel group called Pestana. This one is an old hospital which has recently been converted. We have a huge, corner room on the top floor. It has a large outside terrace along two sides with views over the gown and ...
Tell that it's sculptor well those passions read
Which yet survive, stamped on these lifeless things,
The hand that mocked them and the heart that fed.
And on the pedestal these words appear:
'My name is Ozimandias, king of kings:
Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!'
Nothing beside remains, Round the decay
Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare
The lone and level sands stretch far ...
... of little pigs". After ordering the waiter offers to take us out to the back yard to look at the ovens cooking the piggies. They were like big pizza ovens fired by pine wood. Pigs take 2 hrs to cook from start to finish. They tasted amazing. By 9pm the restaurant was full. Most people eating the pigs. The drive back without the GPS was a little testing but eventually we got there. Portugal Is a great place. People are incredibly friendly, food spectacular and the wines are up ...
... at me like I am speaking Greek, but I am getting better. We had the most divine sandwich today with freshly baked bread (I told you the bread was going to be the end of me.) and a pile of ham and cheese. We arrived at our hotel and emailed our Australian friends (Sue and Tony) to find they were just down the road, so we pulled our boots back on and trotted back and found them having beer and wine on the patio. Fast forward an hour and a half, along with a couple of beers and ...