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... that it was only hitting us from behind, so the front of us is dry, at least one side can be! We take shelter in the supermarket, buy some bread, ham and mayo/Dijon sauce with some other toiletries we needed.
We leave the store and it’s stopped raining with the sun making an appearance again, but who knows how long that will last. So we quickly make a nice sandwich roll each and keep walking. The walk back seemed so much quicker than the ...
... capture them and share them. With the exception of the water, the mountain terrain and farms were similar to the Santiago and Galacia region. Within an hour we crossed the Rio Minho into Portugal and in another 90 minutes we were maneuvering around the one-way streets (GPS aided, of course) working our way down along the Douro River to the older part Porto and did our version of a selg-guided,mini, city tour. The ...
... whose staircase was the inspiration for JK Rowling's Harry Potter. Dan and Fredda went back to the Pousada to relax by the pool. And from the photos you will see, it is a lovely hotel and great place to hang out. Tomorrow we continue to head north to Spain...Pontevedra and finally to Santiago de Compostela...the end of the pilgrimage route of the Way of St. James traveled by thousands of pilgrims for 1,200 years and now a UNESCO World Heritage site. Can't wait to see this wonderful ...
... second choice hotel. A good hour later he returned exclaiming "We're moving. I found a great place down the street!" He had checked out several hotels and even found a Lidl Supermarket (in the opposite direction) which is great for fresh bread, sandwich fixings, salad and wine. He covered a lot of ground.
Dave selected well. "Decanting House Porto" is a new hotel, again with "less is more" decor we favor. Manuel on the front desk ...
... the Opera house oes, but it’s a lot smaller. We were hopeful of seeing a free concert as they have them on Sundays but we were too late, still had a look around as best we could before heading off to the Museum of Artie, a museum full of sculptures and paintings etc quite unique in its presentation as
they utilise both indoors and outdoors for the displays. Leaving the museum behind us we walked down towards the beach ...