Axis Porto Business & Spa Hotel
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Very modern but why did they need to take our passports?
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... we had other sights to see and pressed onward. Next to the bookstore, we happened upon an open air arts market and enjoyed viewing the many artisan crafts, jewelry, and paintings. On a final note, we are so privileged to have the freedom to celebrate Independence Day here in Europe! Thank you to all of those that have fought for our freedom! We then walked and toured several of Porto's stunning churches, including the main cathedral. All had somber, ...
... moment, 32 degs yesterday and the fridge is struggling running off the battery so a night on mains gets it nice and cold again. The site was right by the beach and it would have been rude not to, so I spent a whole 2 hours on the sand. Even had a paddle but the water was a bit chilly for a swim.
Caught the bus into Porto late afternoon. I’ve probably already used public transport more in a month that I ever did at home. Porto is a fabulous place, built on ...
... lounge bar for a cheap beer before tea.We had an excellent dinner - again local Portuguese food and it was all delicious, with some yummy local red wine too. We tried white port too, which was a little different...gaza didn't like it, but I thought it was okay. We then retired to our room to watch a movie we had downloaded and sleep time for our first big day tomorrow of expiring porto :-)
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... tour and some tastings. The caves are all built back into the hillside to keep the temperature constant all year while they age the port, so they're quite eerie places with no windows and little light. The whole floor of the cave is made from wood which they can spray with water to cool the whole thing down and increase the humidity if it gets too dry. Our tour guide explained the history of Port (only fortified wine from the area can be called Port) and the process of making it; ...
... to the tourist desk to purchase my metro card with notes. If you ever go to Portugal make sure you hang onto this card & validate each time you travel or change lines.
So I could have connected the A line I think to Aliados which was the main strip that my Hostel ran off but I wanted to walk there a bit longer to see the city & 8 mins wasn't too bad anyway. I eventually got there after asking a few locals & then the police as the map I had was very confusing. ...