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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 ...
... the sightseeing activities! Shopping in Portugal is great. It is not as crowded and there are beautiful designs of rings and necklaces that are not available in Singapore. And without the ridiculous Tiffany's prices. More port tasting! We wrapped out Porto at Sandeman. I can say I can tell one port house from another in terms of taste. But I do know they were all intoxicatingly delicious. Bought more bottles of port, as much as we could bear ...
... Cafe and had their famous rabanadas. More yum!
Of course, I can't forget to mention the incredible port wine. I had my first glass with the disappointing dinner. With our ticket to the tram, we received a free sample at the Quevedo Port Winery and the wine was so good, we just stayed their for our tasting. It is so sweet and smooth that you must just sip, savor and enjoy. It's almost like a liquor.
On our last night, we went to this cafe for a famous ...
... the world. Large vases from China, chests from India, rugs from Persia, you get the idea. Think of a scaled down British museum...they looted a LOT more.
What is the most interesting thing I have learned so far? In the late 1700's, an English King married a Portuguese princess. And it was SHE who brought the custom of late afternoon tea to Britain!
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).