Pensao Grande Oceano
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... I was so tired I fell asleep as soon as I got into my PJs. It is amazing how just having that little bit of private space and an ensuite toilet made all difference to the level of comfort. Indeed nothing beats being able to lie down flat on the back. And the rhythmic movement of the train was like a lullaby to me. And so the night passed by quickly and before long, we were preparing for our next stop - San Sebastián, Basque Country, ...
And so it begins. Went for a jog to get get to know our town a little better. It was not an easy jog. But the part across the bridge to Porto side and back to Gaia side was so scenic I did it twice. Our days here now is eating, port tasting, eating, port tasting. And this is how it goes in ...
... made it obvious that it does get surf as it makes up part of Portugal's famous surf coast - supposedly the best surfing in Europe. Either way, we were much more interested in just lying on the beach for a couple of hours with our delicious picnic we had prepared. It was the first beach of our summer trip and a great couple of hours were had just reading and eating before it all but clouded over.
On the way home we took the bus around the coast instead of going back on the ...
... br> cherry on the cake for our Port wine experience. Here we were able to try a
white wine and the other kind of red- Tawny. Tawny wine was definitely my
favourite. Although it was still extremely sweet it was way smoother than the
other ones and I actually enjoyed it a lot. We wandered back to the other side
of the river and climed entirely up hill for a very long time. At this point it
was around 40 degrees again and we were all feeling the heat. I ...
... Helen.) Parts of the interior could have been a Harry Potter set. It was a very different kind of palace from the alcazars of Spain and the chateaux of France, so it felt new and exciting and we had a blast exploring its dark, richly wooded rooms.
We next made our way to Guimaraes Castle, where an elementary school medieval field day was underway, with children shooting arrows, walking on stilts, playing a primitive form of air hockey ...