AC Hotel Porto by Marriott
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... around the square near our hotel and checked out São Bento Station with its beautiful blue and white tile artworks. We found a lovely cafe by the hotel where we had fresh salad wraps and sandwiches, very much needed after all the pizza and pasta of Italy. Our first full day in Porto we walked down the steep hill to the waterfront and the Ribeira District. Narrow alleys and brightly coloured houses made for a beautiful view ...
... 2 other Aussies from Sydney and a French Canadian couple from Montreal. We seem to be meeting Canadians from Montreal everywhere. Our guide's personal story was interesting, a citizen of both Brazil and Portugal, she has spent significant time in both countries. She is a playwright, theatre director and actor, tour guiding I suspect for some extra income. Nevertheless she was knowledgable and willing to share much of her self which I think always makes for a more interesting ...
... fun facts...but at the time it was all very interesting! :) That afternoon we headed out to the beach, before my merman of a friend Jed got withdrawals from the sea and sand. I didn't take a dip, but was assured it was rather chilly. We had Pasta for dinner, now this may be a 'be there moment' but we had some left over and popped it in the fridge. Before heading to bed, Jed asks me what time we were getting up/what time we were leaving. I had already packed and we had a ...
... to the chefs and waiters singing the deep soulful and emotional Fado in the Alfama in Lisbon, enchanting Evora and the other small towns on our drive south, and of course the beautiful magical riverside Tavira with beaches almost as good as Australia. When we dropped the car off this morning, the odometer showed that we had driven 4259 kilometres (thank you Mikey for driving). That’s a fair amount of Spanish and Portuguese countryside we covered, and we enjoyed it all the ...
... of the chimney at any moment, knock me on the head and scream "surprise".
On arrival, the matre'd informed me that the restaurant specialized in organic slow food- everything was cooked on the spot. Forcing down a green soup and chewy Octopus tentacle took two and a half hours…
I stumbled back to the guesthouse and had vivid dreams that still felt a little more real than ...