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... process and what makes it so special.
The next day, Zach and I took the public transit to the coast. Isn't that just a lovely thought - being able to take affordable, clean, relatively comfortable public transportation to the ocean? Anyway, it was quite windy and a bit cloudy, so we weren't able to see America, but the feeling of being by the ocean was so calming and pleasant, and ...
It took just over 2 hours after leaving Sao. Martinho to get to Porto where we managed to get a room at the Mercure, nothing marvellous but the town is full of tourists so there was little choice. The hotel is based on St Katarina Square and so after unpacking we wandered down the street, lots of great shops and eating places. Helen did a little shopping, then it was time to eat but after wandering down ...
... I encountered the famous Porto Francesinha sandwich for the first time. It is best described as a British fried breakfast covered in cheese and smothered in gravy. It is very rich and very filling. My favorite part of the experience was seeing that on the English menu you could only order the sandwich with fries while the Portuguese menu offered many options including many varieties of meat and the option to go without those extra ...
... amp; after waiting awhile decided to ride back to the start point and main bridge and cross that bridge to ride on the other side where the port wineries were with stunning views back over to the cathedral and old buildings on the main side of town.
... towns was delightful!
We were in Salamanca Spain for my 54th birthday and what a lovely mid sized city it is. It has a river running through it, a big old roman bridge connecting people on foot to the old part of town. Hilly streets cobble stoned their way up and up and around and down. Two strange fellows were busy busking – one was on a clarinet and the other was on a sort of dulcimer kind of thing – they were amazing! Jazz tunes, old stuff ...