Hotel Porto Antigo
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Goodbye, Santiago and here we come, Portugal. By 8:00, we had checked-out of our hotel, set the GPS for old Porto, Portugal and easily made our way out of the city and onto AP-9 (autopista) heading south. Only a half-hour or so later we began winding in and around the hillsides of Pontevedre, Spain, a very picturesque city on the Atlantic Ocean. The views were a real driving hazard for this driver and we wished there were a ...
We left the ship this morning again in the company of Hugo and Pedro. Today's excursion offered by the ship included a visit to a well-known local quinta (winery) where the famous Portuguese Port wine is produced. The plan for walkers, however, was to join Hugo, Pedro, Ruth, and me on a walk through the vineyards where the grapes are produced.
Our bus wound out of the tiny, riverside village of Pinhão up a series of ...
... and found a local restaurant with customers inside (all the others were empty as today is a national holiday in Portugal). We were told it was a set menu which was good with us, dishes kept arriving and very soon we were too full to move. We had a sausage to start and then pork cooked in red wine (gorgeous) followed by lamb in a spicy tomato sauce and then bacon in butter beans! Way too much for two people but all very lovely! We ...
Every corner brings you a new sight, good food, and great port! By the way Portugal is way more tech savvy than Spain. Wi Fi everywhere. Can not describe the graciousness of the people. Had a typical seafood lunch on the river, the bread is like none I've tasted; thick rye, cornbread the texture of spakle but so tasty. Listened to music in the Fado style, very melancholy and as rich in texture as the bread. Just look at the pictures and ...
... The upper deck carries the Metro and pedestrians and provides you with great views over the city while the lower deck is for road traffic and pedestrians as well. The river walk at Gaia is not as busy as in Ribeirinha but all the Port merchants have their ware houses here and there is also a cable car to get you up the top of the Luis I bridge but we chose the cheaper alternative in the Funiculaire after walking back over he bridge. On Sunday ...