HF Fenix Porto
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... the people who are going to pick me up at the bus station and suggested they have a baby goat under their arm so I would recognize them! I just had lunch, bought a Nata and came back to the hostel for tea before I go out again looking around. For now, Adventure ...
... rich. Why the people are not fat with all the pastries I do not know.
Tomorrow I go to the goat farm. The town is Figueiro da Serra in the Serra da Estrele National Park. And wouldn't you know that is where the only ski resort in Portugal is...the Vodaphone Ski Resort. Off to the bus station to double check the times. Adventure ...
... we'll order it online when we get back to Aussie, we know now what we like& want :-).
Afterwards we walked back down the hill and instead of getting the cable car to the top of the double bridge - of course we walked haha! It was so damn steep up to the top where a monastery sits on the cliff. But we eventually made it. Of course we had excellent views also so that was a good upside.We headed back to the hostel to chill out after a big day ...
... Stock Exchange Palace), a beautiful building with different themes decorating each room and an amazing Arab themed room at the end of the tour. Next door to the palace is the Church of São Francisco. Almost over the top in its wooden carvings and gothic style it dates back to 1383. It provided a nice cool place to recover from the heat and the hill climbing! In the early evening we walked across the bridge to Vila Nova de Gaia and took ...
... hallways. The books are held in purpose built special wood and thick walls to protect them from the weather and insects (there are also bats that live in the library to protect the books!). We had a lovely lunch in the old time – bacalhau a bras, one of the many ways Portuguese cook their cod, this one fried with potatoes and egg. Delish! Finally we went past the very well preserved ruins of an old Roman town in Conimbriga with incredible mosaic.