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Travel Blogs from Porto
... squeezing in a cheese cake for dessert after a huge serving if veal with chips and carrot slices. As we waited for our outdoor table for around 20 minutes, it would be fair to say that this wasn't our best meal yet. We then planned our day for tomorrow, a day of river cruising, old tram rides and tourist bus trips. Our opinions of Porto may become more favourable tomorrow, but we shall wait until the moment of truth. See you again tomorrow, bye for ...
... grapes which have rotted in a controlled way. The white port is a poor thing drunk by girls and weak fellows. Red port is in the form of "ruby" young fruity and fresh. Late bottled is a bit more complex and although not quite as fruity, it is bottled after say 6 yrs and may contain older grapes. Basically it is stuff they left a bit long and in spite of the oversight it seems a bit richer and more mellow. The Tawny is a blend of much older wines. It smells ...
Getting to Porto.Leaving Oviedo you are suddenly aware of the majestic mountain landscape around you. From there and down through Portugal the mountains are heavily wooded and the many lumber trucks attest to their economic importance. In places, as we travelled, the air was filled with the smoke of forest wild fires. We passed trough a recently burned swathe that crossed the motorway and in places the sun was blotted out by the brown clouds of wood smoke. ...
Just great wine and Port and food and pastries and and, of course shopping and more shopping. Shoes was the theme of today's trek into downtown Porto, as it seems all of Portugal, and of course my dear wife, love their shoes. After three hours of store hopping on Rua de Santa Caterina ( a street ...
... is perfect, awesome scenery and great beaches. Booked into a very funky downtown hotel that is very reasonably priced. We're pleasantly surprised how fair the food and accommodation has been in Northern Spain and Portugal. Good for us for sure. Our language challenge changes from Spanish to Portuguese so Bom Dia and Obrogato it is. Tomorrow it's a lazy day seeing the sites and shopping and tasting port wine. We're ok. ...
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