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Spanish visitors get cider house rules

Spanish visitors get cider house rules

Contributor Mike Fuhrmann learns the proper technique to pouring a glass of cider when he visits Spain's Asturias region.
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Cruising Portugal's river of gold

Cruising Portugal's river of gold

Tom Wuckovich sets sail on Portugal's fabled Douro River, the country's lifeline and main commercial route that's bordered by lush vineyards and quaint villages.
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You'll leave your heart in Lisbon

You'll leave your heart in Lisbon

LISBON - Johanna, the pencil-thin server, delivered pillows of pasta floating in a delicate rosé sauce to our alfresco and ordered us to “enjoy.”
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Sintra Truly is Portugal's Glorious Eden

Sintra Truly is Portugal's Glorious Eden

SINTRA, PORTUGAL - The two horses pulling our carriage bolted after being frightened by the 100-plus horsepower car whose driver decided to serenade them with his horn.
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Ancient Óbidos is a Sweet Surprise

Ancient Óbidos is a Sweet Surprise

ÓBIDOS, PORTUGAL - The blackened oak doors of the 14th century Bar Ibn Errik Rex are closed the day we arrive with a local man named Luis Garcia.
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Discovering Lisbon by Getting Lost

Discovering Lisbon by Getting Lost

There is something enthralling about spending a few days losing yourself in this city’s narrow cobblestone streets lined with pretty pastel-coloured buildings while mastering its steep hills fuelled by good coffee and pastel de nata.
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