Vidago Palace Hotel
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Our final exclusion in Portugal was to the Castelo Rodrigo the name of both the castle and village topped by Marofa Mountain. The area is renown for its almond groves and wild lavender fields
The castle is a living story of the centuries of struggling for an independent Portugal. In 1209 King Leon began its construction. Over the next four centuries the local lords pledged allegiance to Spain while the vision for Portugal remained steady. The palace that once ...
... Vancouver and almost every vacation trip since that July many, many summers ago.
Today journey across River is slow and leisurely. If you don't think about it you would not even realize the boat was moving. This is the UNESCO designated Alto Douro region. We experienced the beautiful and pristine waterway. You see dramatic vistas, bountiful countryside and terraced vineyards ...
... 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 ...
Wandering through the streets of the towns outside of Porto reveals a quieter and quaint perspective of life in Portugal. The pace is slow. Street traffic is light. Walking down main street can be shorter than the turn of your head.
Yet each town we pass through is like Pocinho. ...
The gigantic metal logo above the Sandeman Quinto do Seixo vineyard has followed us along Douro River for three days. This morning began at 9 a.m. Now you know you are well into a cruise when you get up at 7:30 for another lack of self control buffet breakfast. This followed by nine o'clock bus to Sandeman port wine tasting room.
Now I have a fear of edges. No, not acrophobia the fear of heights. I like heights and had an apartment on the 36th floor in Chicago. ...