BN Apartments Palacio
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Back on board, we had a bit of lunch and sat by the pool for a few hours (in the shade). I’m reading a wonderful book Catherine the Great, Portrait of a Woman, by Robert K Massey. SO GOOD!!! I’m right at the part where Elisabeth is ill, having suffered a stroke and the gears are in motion for succession. It can only get better!!!
Off to dinner at the Grand Dining room and an early night. This heat is ...
... and crossed the river. Very interesting views.
We spent the afternoon wandering around the town which is fascinating as there is architecture dating back many centuries.
In the evening enjoyed a wonderful grilled seafood meal in the fishing village.
On Sunday we went back to Porto and enjoyed some of the local dishes recommended to us by the newspaper kiosk man.
... it's not always going to be a vacation and we need to face reality when we return home. I have decided that my life is in America and that I am going to rebuild my home base in Corona. I believe there is a reason I bought it, it is the link to my past, it is my present home, and it is where my future memories will be. This I know. Alfonso will need to follow me there if we are to continue in our path together. There ...
... gives great views of Porto rising up on either side of the river Douro. The next day, being my last day before flying to England was fairly low key. Visited the world famous bookshop, Livraria Lello, which was used in the filming of one of the Harry Potter movies. It has a beautiful carved wooden staircase and ceiling and a miniature train track running around the book stacks on the ground floor. Unfortunately no pics except the exterior as photos inside were only ...
... and drink, laugh, and migrate 12 kilometers to the ocean with their friends and families. As the sun rises, they are half (or wholly) naked. This is a cultural celebration and dammit I wish we could be here. Maybe another year.... If (more like WHEN) we come back, we will know more about the history of the city and the Portuguese people. I know the city was built around the 1400s which was around the same time that the Portuguese and the ...