Hotel Porto Antigo
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... the first book in the series while she was working here teaching English. The library at Hogwarts is modelled on this bookstore. Despite the somewhat misty weather I still climbed my way up Torre dos Clerigos to try and get some good photos of town from above. It was quite a narrow and claustrophobic climb up to the top and it took longer waiting for someone to let you in a gap to continue on your way than it did to actually climb the ...
... Igreja dos Carmo and Igreja dos Carmelitas. Historically one was used by the rich of the city, one by the poor. Sao Bento Railway Station was another feast of azuljos depicting the history of the city. Our guide explained that many of the buildings in Porto were once owned by the church, in fact at one stage you could not stay here unless you were Catholic. Many previous palaces are now used as commercial buildings. An imposing, quite daunting prison is now used as a contemporary ...
... years back, but it rarely sees the inside of my luggage. In any case, all we had for clothing on this trip was our walking gear, and quite frankly, when embarking on a strenuous scouting trip, appearance is even less a priority than usual, so I generally choose my second, more worn, tier of clothing.
It was, then, with trepidation that I approached the cruise director about his invitation and explained our predicament – that we did not have ...
Eric and I went looking for restaurants to eat. It was rather early (I think about 5PM) because we skipped breakfast and lunch. I think it is the jetlag that made us not hungry. Nothing was open, except two bakeries. But it was really nice to walk around.
We walked down Rue de Santa Catarina and saw lots of stores, similar to high-ish end clothing stores back home. We walked ...
... Yes, but where is the Hotel? Trying to find a place in a street in the middle of heavy traffic is becoming stressful and even more when you are stuck in a one way lane. I kept going in circle and finally asked a Taxi driver. As luck would have it, this man spoke perfect French. He even offered to follow him in his Taxi as the Hotel was not far away.
I parked the bike in front of the Hotel in a Tow away zone (there was no other parking) and walk into the Hotel dripping wet. ...