AC Hotel Porto by Marriott
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... along. Cabbed our way to the train station to catch our overnight train to San Sebastián. At this point, we were all tired and more tired. The connecting train to the sleeper train had us waiting for a few hours at a small train station with nothing but 2 or 3 small restaurants 200m or so away. Thankfully, we were able to go get some warm food because Jim was not hungry and so he stayed behind with the bags. By the time we finally got on ...
It was a rainy day. Just perfect for a day trip to Braga. We left in the morning. Just the 2 of us. The rest of the group stayed in. The bus ride to Braga from Porto was just under an hour. And I love bus rides on big buses. I get to see is much more and without the stress of checking maps. But getting to the bus terminal was a but if a challenge. But I am traveling with Dear Hubby Kelvin. He managed to find us ...
... and the area was surprisingly one of our favourites thus far. Walking back through the city at night after our lovely Portuguese veal and codfish meals we were treated to a beautiful light show- the city becomes itself at night with all of the old buildings and bridges lit up spectacularly. The port caves had neon lights, the church and train station glowed and people walked around happy holding hands. Somehow old and new had come together and Porto now sparkled in our ...
... this particular recipe. Another couple we had met joined us and off we went to seek it out. Restaurants here do not even open until 7:30 PM so we wandered around a bit shopping and stopping for yet another liter (actually 2) of sangria, and since we hadn't eaten for at least 4 hours we had a few tapas to wash down the sangria. There were several different buskers entertaining the crowd so it was a pleasant way of passing the hour before dinner.
... came to the fishing village It was very picturesque with brightly coloured homes and a communal laundry and clothes lines by the river. The sound of singing made me look inside the building to find abut 4 women in there scrubbing their clothes on wash boards and washing by hand and singing along. It was very cool to see old traditions being carried on today.