Pensao Grande Oceano
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... police just there to make sure no problems. We were able to get some tickets so we went to the match, another 30 min walk to stadium and just followed the crowds. Great night Porto got 4 goals and other nil but the chanting was the best, the whistling happened when they didn't agree with refs. So passionate about their team and the Germans were all put into the corner area behind mesh screens with security ...
Portoooo! A wonderful surprise stop on our Euro adventure. Though Porto was not in the original travel plans, it was significantly cheaper to fly out of Porto than Lisbon. Oh man, I am so grateful this stop happened! The friendliness, beauty, history, charm, food, river, architecture....ETC. was like a dream in Porto. Though Lisbon was fun and lively, I think I preferred Porto overall. I wish I could have spent a lot more time there.
... Pedro drove me around and pointed out some of the most beautiful night views I have ever seen. The hills on either side of the river make it look like the buildings are stacked on top of each other, with row after row of lights. Shortly after, I headed back to the hotel to get some sleep and get to the airport early the next morning.
I got to the airport early to hit up ...
... with scenes from the lives of various saints.
Igreja de Santo Il defonso on Praca da Batalha was next. We checked it out from all sides and continued on to São Bento Train Station where we spent a good hour admiring the front hall covered floor to ceiling in the most striking Azulejo scenes of harvest and battle. We eventually pulled ourselves away and walked down Rua des Flores and past Nicolau Nasoni's baroque masterpiece the Igreja ...
... that it was the Portuguese who introduced tea to the British. The British became tea drinkers while the Portuguese maintained their love of coffee.
Guaimaraes is a city of about 70,000 people and was delightful. The old town of the city is where we spent our time on cobble stone streets without cars, old church belfries ringing on the quarter hour, small shops selling crafts, pastries, tapas, etc. It was a harbor of serenity in a sea ...