VIP Executive Villa Rica Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the hotel for a wine tour of the Douro Valley on Thursday (8/14). There was a bit of a delay, which we later found out was due to scrambling for last minute child care for a four year old daughter, but Ana and Marco showed up by 10am and off we went. This turned out to be a completely different wine tour than the one we had from Lisbon. First of all, Ana and Marco are a young married couple who have gone out on a limb pursuing their dream; they were both pharmaceutical sales reps ...
... home past the age of 21, and even in some homes 18 is the maximum before you must go out and find your way. I personally notice many young people are waiters, store clerks, and other positions that require some sort of knowledge and education meanwhile elder people are street hustlers and taxi drivers which require years of dedication and street smarts that can only come with age. I find this to be strange, but not all that strange because it only makes sense since Portugal was under ...
... Sintra's beautiful Pena Castle and gardens and the trendy seaside town of Cascais. Just how many people can you squeeze onto a local tram - Pickpockets heaven so no wonder we were continually warned!! Our last night was spent catching up with Christina and her parents and enjoying a seafood banquet with a view over the harbour and Saint George ...
... both of which I recommend: Ron Howard's Rush and Robert Redford's All is Lost On tv last night we found an english-speaking film (rare) an excellent sci-fi: Sourse Code What a hiking adventure today! Our goal was to hike to the beach, then head West along the shore to "Old Town" We were successful! It took about 2 hours, as we had to scale many cliffs, and occasionally get our feet wet (as you will see with the accompanying photos). As it was early Sunday afternoon, it was ...
... cafe if he could understand if I speak Spanish. It worked. We were able to chat!
I did manage to get a few pics and we attends the Museum of Design before we decided to come back to the ship after being soaked through from the rain.
Once back on board, we just relaxed.
For dinner this evening, we both had split pea soup for a starter, which was absolutely ...