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... that’s for sure. We head up into the center of town and come to the main square. It was beautiful, and it really reminded me of the square in Prague, Czech Republic that we had come across. We admire the square and keep walking up towards a church I really wanted to see. It’s so old that you can’t walk into it anymore, plus it is covered in these beautiful coloured tiles on the outside. It is called "The Church of Saint Ildefonso". It ...
... city in Portugal, Porto is famous for "port wine", which was named after the city and originated from the caves of Vila Nova de Gaia, part of the Porto municipality and on the banks across the river from Porto, and which was originally responsible for the packaging, transport and export of the famous fortified wine. Parking in old Porto was impossible and we had planned to "move on down the road" today, so we found our way ...
Hola bon dia from Portugal
Leon to Porto: 4 hours – two of those = driving up a massive hill and then back down the other side. Those of you who know me well, know that I have an aversion to driving on mountains, but my two girls (Jen and Doris) did me proud and we arrived at our campsite to the north of Porto around 6pm.
The caravan park is cool and it is good to stay in a park every few days for supplies (i.e. ...
... very well and is very accommodating. We knew we could enjoy hanging around our room and the common areas on the ground floor. Manuel served us a welcome glass of Port and we soon settled in.
Porto weather varied between 25°C/77°F - 33°C/91°FC and did get a bit humid. We enjoyed the many facets of Porto's Old Town.
My Birthday (July 29) Lunch at O' Comercial
My birthday started out without much a do. In fact, if ...
THE CAMINO PORTUGUESE 30/6/14 - 5/7/14 After many years wanting to walk the Camino Santiago de Compostella, I am looking forward to beginning this adventure even though it is only 5 days. I organised the Pilgrim passport with the first stamp at the Cathedral Se at Porto along with my friends Vicki & Gilles (who organised this walk as always through world walks). Another friend, Kate, was joining us for the first 2 days, as her knees were shot but courageously made it through the 2 ...