AC Hotel Porto by Marriott
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... the Camino solo 2 years ago and met my fiancé and now we are walking the Camino together. It is a completely different experience going solo vs. with your companion. Then they said that is what marriage is like and all about. I've had many realizations about myself and Alfonso and how we are as a couple. I realize that I am able to make the journey on my own and go through life on my own, but ...
... you!! Of course, some have to stop rather short for we tourists who stand along the "sidewalk"….if you can call it that, as they maneuver the corner or some such. A sight to behold.
We walked for hours staying in the shade as much as possible. We walked from the top of town, through the old town down to the riverfront. Walking along the river we caught a beautiful breeze which helped cool us down….the sun was high and ...
... 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.
... in a tomato soup. Trust me, you had to be there to appreciate the "heart attack on a plate." We celebrated the end of our trip with another big pitcher of sangria.
The wine affected our decision making process as Yvonne and Ron decided that we should walk back to the hotel rather than taking a cab so off we went. About a mile and a half later the ladies called for a rest and when we ...
... and chandeliers. Then we headed to the Clerigos Church & Tower. It wasn't a good day for churches - all closed due to Easter Sunday. But the Tower was open, and after 225 steps, we saw commanding views of the city. I don't know if you're tired of the red roof views yet - we aren't!
From Clerigos Tower, we wandered thru lanes until we found the hulking, fortress-like Cathedral (Se) (also closed) and the big, fancy Bishop´s Palace (looked kinda like the Pope´s ...