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... so lots of people walking and driving. These buildings are such eye candy, we walked out legs off. It is very hilly and again huge churches, decorated tiled walls everywhere. The train station had the best. So many Germans in town as a soccer match on between Porto and a Swiss team ( we thought it was Germany). They were surrounded by riot police while sitting in a bar on the riveria that afternoon, Never seen ...
... 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 ...
... of a picture of the staircase, but you'll have to see it for yourself if you want to truly experience the feeling of being in Harry potter world.
Our final stops before heading home were Casa da Musica, a concert hall designed by famous architect Rem Koolhaas, and the Sinagoga Kadoorie, the largest Jewish synagogue in the Iberian Penninsula. Overall, we did SO MUCH in two and a half days, but it was well worth it and a fantastic trip!
... about book store that is said too have inspired the moving stair case. And it truly does, the way the stairs twist and turn you almost think they are moving. We learnt plenty of other fun facts about Porto. Soon after the tour we were indulging in a 'Francasenna' so, story behind this epic sandwich is a Frenchmen who came to Porto many years ago. The frenchy was supposedly a bit of a ladies man back in Paris, and turns out the woman of Portugal were not having any of it, ...
Been so many times, but just continues to get better and better every time….no surprise it keeps winning tourism awards.
Take a step back in time and walk the cobblestone streets of this beautiful city. Let’s not forget the food!! Francesinhas, Bifana’s, Sardines, Frango and of course Natas (Portuguese tarts).