Clube Pinhal da Foz
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- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
- Outdoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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Today we slept in a little later and enjoyed a traditional Portuguese breakfast at our hotel. The breakfast was indulgent and offered a wide variety of fruits, both fresh and dried, cold cuts, cheeses, eggs, cooked vegetables, bacon, ham, and of course, the delicious pastries for which Portugal is known. Cate and Gavin's favorite pastry is something called "cake with milk". After our leisurely morning, we headed for Torre de Clerigos, which is a high ...
... bookcases are a medieval panorama. Our guide did slightly spoil the imagery by telling us the staircase was concrete and the ceiling and bookcases were plaster. All to look like wood. After lunch a tour of Taylor Port Cellars and tasting room showed how closely they mirror wine cellars. Big difference is how long you can reuse oak barrels for ...
In Porto we are staying in a room on the second floor of a building on Rua do Formosa, which, in English, means 'street of no sleep'. The first night was Saturday night, and the city was full of noisy revellers who kept it up until about 4am. Note that we are in the centre of Porto, so really shouldn't complain. On Sunday night there was an unusual, arcane ceremony involving all the university 'freshmen' and second year students, who spent the day slowly ...
... was room temperature but it was really good. Karliana got some really good-looking pictures of me trying to bite off a piece of this thing. It seemed more difficult than it needed to be.The cinnamon and sugar sprinkled on the top really made it! I'm not entirely sure what it is actually made of but it always seems more fun that way anyways. I picked up a Porto postcard and we hopped on the metro to arrive in Gaia. So far everything ...
... again on our way to the Park not too far up the road. En route we saw the actual beach we were meant to go to, it looked much nicer and more open!
I decided I wanted a shower in the afternoon, to take a break from the sun and meet someone from Porto when the boys went onto the beach. We met and walked through the city centre, through the local markets until we came to a cute little cafe, accessed by ...