BEST WESTERN Hotel Inca
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Hotel Inca Porto
Staff are awesome... excellent location...room is nice...but...have to pay for internet unless you go to lobby and parking is not free....lil dicy area so use the garage 7.50 euro a night
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Arrived in Porto. A huge city with old world charm. Approximately 250,000 residents and a sprawling metropolitan area that includes about 1.7 million people. Portugal's second largest city that shares a fierce rivalry with Lisbon. From food to wine to soccer. Porto spreads on the hilly north bank of the Douro River, bear wherever meets the Atlantic Ocean. Porto is a headache by car. Took us forever to find our hotel. Had to park on the road with 4-way flashers going to unload ...
... with the Palácio da Bolsa and Mercado de Ferreira Borges, now used as an exhibition space. Tiago picked us up in the car and we drove to a more central parking station then walked up to Rua de Santa Catarina, past the Majestic Café and into an unassuming entrance to an elegant quiet hotel with very English decor. It was rather like a private men's club with its library-like lounge, Windsor Bar and white cameo decorated Wedgwood blue passage leading to a ...
... then shots bought by the losers...then to the moment at 2am where Ari and I were doing our second beer bong while the girls were dancing on the table!! Good news though....surfing is by far the BEST hangover cure. The day was banging, the morning waves were great and there was a fair bit of improvement (well at least for one of us) compared to last time. See photos of us (mostly ME) standing up a few times! Awesome fun on a really beautiful and sandy beach. I felt like i ...
... from Singapore, Switzerland etc. Oh and apparently I look like Kate Beckinsale, I will take that!
I did join the pub crawl, it was not a difficult task to persuade me, and it was much more fun than the one in Lisbon. All the staff and tour guides seemed to be on side to ensure I had a big night collecting several extra drinks along the night. One in particular believed that I would not make it up the stairs to one location and for making it ...
... the sugar is used up. The extra alcohol kills the bacteria and stops the fermentation, and you still have sugar left, thus sweeter and stronger wine.
Just like true champagne can only come from a particular region of France, so true port wine can only come from the Duoro Valley. There are other fortified wines, but they cannot be called port.
After that, we took the funicular up the hill and then limped back to the room for a rest. We ...