It is such a shame that tourists coming to enjoy Fado have no idea what were the songs words meaning was. A truly exquisite Fado evening in a restaurant setting. It's a shame that the waiter treats the tourists like he is entitled to be there but not you. We got there through one of the web sites "inviting" us, with a menu discount on the food. First, they've tried to charge the full price, which was costly for what they offered. Anyhow, all in all, the music made all the money, even though we did not understand the words.
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