Pensao Grande Oceano
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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We woke up to a sunny day with clear blue skies!! Porto is lovely in the sunshine!!
We had a late breakfast at a very 1940s-era "confiteria palace," which is a classic Portuguese bakery complete with vaulted ceilings, mirrored walls, ancient old ladies wrapped in fur coats, and 70 cent coffee. This is basically my idea of paradise, and …
I think on the level of fantastic insults, "Port-hole" could be my new favorite.
We left our Barbie Townhouse in Coimbra after a late breakfast and (of course) caught another public bus northward to Porto, Portugal's famous boozy city. I've been looking forward to Porto this entire trip- one of my developers at Hotels.com is from Porto, …
We had planned to arrive in Porto for 5:30-6:00 pm to meet up with our host, Alexandra. So we were taking our time, a stop for coffee here, a lunch break there, and we were still ahead of schedule until we realized Portugal is 1 hour behind Spain, so we had even another hour to go. Oops! So, much to Jack's chagrin, I suggested that we stop in the picturesque town of Guimares, selected as Europe's Cultural Capital, 2014. It was about 20 km off the main route and was ...
... br> We took a taxi to Lello and Armao bookstore, famous for its ornate interior of carved wooden walls, painted ceilings and staircase. Rawlings spent lots of time here when she lived in Porto. I bought a couple of books, then we walked to the Avenida dos Aliados, a huge avenue surrounded by City Hall and large government and commerce ...
... a lot of the structures so the pictures don’t do it justice. Next day I walked into town to have a look – big mistake, it was 28 degrees and I got lost on the way and partially melted. However it was worth it when I got there, yet more stunning buildings and a cracking tuna salad and 2 Super Bocks for 6 euros! Luckily I found a bus back to the van. I foolishly used gracias in the cafe and got told no, it's obrigado!
From what I’ve seen Portugal ...