Belver Beta Porto Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... for Lisbon in the morning, so we decided to eat an early dinner and head back to our hotel to pack and relax! Porto has been a great introduction to Portugal: welcoming, charming, and calmer than busy London. For a future trip, we would head inland to the Douro Valley as we have heard it is breathtaking. We have also learned that we need to know the Portuguese name and address of tourist sights before entering a taxi, as there is a slight language ...
... charming collection of shops and restaurants awaited. Here we saw some young, Portugese teens who were jumping off of the bridge that crossed the Douro River, a drop of about 30-40 feet! We ventured across the bridge and found the main part of Porto with even more shops and restaurants and other sights we hope to visit tomorrow! Portugal is know for their seafood, so we decided to indulge in some of the local foods and wine for our dinner before calling it a ...
... our descent through some impossibly narrow streets he found he had taken the wrong turn after some clever back tracking we steadily descended crossing over a narrow bridge to Pinhao, a small town with an amazing train station with external walls covered with ceramic tiles telling the story of producing port in this area. After a quick stop we went on to the Sandeman's vineyard. This vineyard is one of many owned by the parent company and works hard to develop its ...
... ports (Joe sipped). We thought the ports were OK. However, Susan probably will not become a port drinker. After the tour of Taylors we walked to the river and took a gondola to the top of the hill and the bridge. Of course, the gondola has beautiful views of the river and city too. After walking across the bridge, we took a different route to the Ribeira dock area for dinner. Joe had monk fish and shrimp kabobs and Susan had grilled salmon. We both enjoyed ...
... and 172 children orphaned .
Instead of going back on the same path I detoured to ride through some of their park which were beautiful.
I rode first through the big city park and them on to the park at Museu de Serralves which had more structured gardens and ...