Puebla de Sanabria, Spain to Bragança, Portugal

Thursday morning our first stop in Puebla de Sanabria was the post office, to mail postcards.

Linda buying stamps at the post office.

Then Duke bought some fresh bread.

Buying bread

Then we walked around the castle, the church and the central square.

The castle
The church

After we left Puebla de Sanabria we drove north to see Lago de Sanabria. According to Wikipedia it is the largest glacial lake in the Iberian Peninsula.

From Lago de Sanabria we dove south into Portugal to Bragança where we are tonight we had drinks by the fire, played cards and had a relaxing afternoon.

We had drinks by the fire.

Duke and I stayed here in 2016. We ate at the hotel Michelin Restaurant. We had a fabulous meal for €35 including wine pairing. A similar meal there now costs at least €90 and wine is an extra €30 per person. We passed. The chef has another restaurant in town, Restaurante Geadas. That’s where we ate tonight. I had sole, Duke had beef and cheese and egg and Linda and Ray had calamari.

My sole
Duke’s beef and egg.
Ray’s calamari
Desert
Chocolate coulant and raspberry sorbet

Author: marionvermazen

I am a traveler, hiker, avid reader, Sun alumnus, computer geek, Spanish and French language student, knitter and genealogist. I am retired after working for almost 30 years in the Computer Industry. I live in Reno, Nevada with my husband Duke.

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