HF Fenix Porto
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
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We boarded our ship!!!
small but nicely laid out..except for the SMALL bsthroon! Had to squat to shave me legs!,,
aug 10 - we had a laid back day..just cruising today!
aug. 11 - morning of sailing, then in the afternoon, a trip to Castelo Rodrigo..11th century church, a place for pilgrims to stop at. And a not so great wine tasting!,, but we persevered!
trouble trying to upload pictures,...will try later if a better wifi connection :(
... and observed everything going on. Having had a relatively expensive day we picked up some sausages and fruit from the butcher and local supermarket. We walked the whole way back up the very steep hill to our hostel.
For the first time this trip we cooked ourselves a proper cooked meal with sausages, noodles, pasta, fruit and water. It was delectable and only cost us 5 euros for everything which really hit home as much as the meal did.
... is an important monument in the city with beautiful examples of baroque artistic influence. Located on the Duro River with marvelous gardens, stunning rooms and two pools. The palace was sold to by the owner in 1850 to a merchant who made major changes and installed a soap factory in the gardens. In the 20th century it was sold to a corporation and they built a factory next door. The Palace was designated a national monument in 1910. A new design to restore the palace to ...
... buildings that we wouldn't have gotten to otherwise given our limited time, so this was ultimately better (though when the day cleared up in the afternoon, the boat cruises looked a lot more tempting). We wandered through the winding, hilly streets and reached the cathedral first, so we checked that out. It was free, and pretty on the outside, but very underwhelming inside. Spanish cathedrals cost an arm and a leg, but at least they were all very ...
... are great, but mostly Americans hate them, and I know Memphians will never be able to drive them. Can you imagine driving Germantown Parkway without all the lights? Except we will never get it right. We LOVE them here though, it took Armando about 10 minutes to be an expert navigating them.
So here we are in Porto, in the north of Portugal. When Porto's Christians conquered the Moors in the southern half of ...