Hotel Porto Antigo
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Free parking
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... The ingredients of this sandwich are: wet-cured ham, linguica, more sausage, steak, two slices of thick white bread, covered in cheese, a famous Francesinha sauce and surrounded by french fries. We intended to order one to share, but were misunderstood and we each got one. I am a vegetarian but put that aside as I considered this a "life moment". It was tasty for sure, but not something I would have again. Especially considering I had ...
... decapitated by who seemed to be Muslims. Palacio da Bolsa was next door. It used to be a palace but it was turned into chamber of commerce and now a museum. We walked back to Ponte D Luis I Bridge next and crossed to the other side. The view from this side is truly magnificent. We saw a carnival and Bruce ate 2 Farturas (kind of like a cross between churros and Chinese ox-tongue donuts). We hit Porto at the right time because there was a port wine festival going ...
... because it could have been in the middle of America. Commerce is getting less interesting as the world is becoming more and more interconnected. The Internet age is making communication worldwide much much easier, but I think we are losing diversity as a result. I hope we don't all become exactly the same, although if you think about it that is the vision of Heaven presented to me in my childhood. Sounds pretty boring. . .
... a little patio where we enjoyed some mussels in wine sauce and a cheese platter. They also brought us some fries. It seems every meal in every country eats fries with everything?.. We stopped for a drink in the bar district and headed home for a good nights rest. We all were needing the extra shut eye. Big day tomorrow we will explore marseille by day then the wine tour and hop on a train for Paris. Very pumped for the bike tours and ...
... street as we drive by). Our hosts in Porto passionately insisted that Portuguese drivers were as good at driving as their national team was at soccer (although this did invoke images of Portuguese drivers rolling around on the payment with fake injuries at just a hint of contact??). We found a super price on a thimble-sized car and squeezed our backpacks in- we were ready to take on the winding cobblestone mazes that are a key feature of all older towns in ...