HF Fenix Porto
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Well it was our last day in Portugal today and we started off with free time. So, five of us headed to the old shopping area/tourist area to get some Portuguese souvenirs.
great fun with these girls and we all dropped a few euros.
back with the group we walked over one of the beautiful bridges to catch the sky tram down to the …
Arrived in Porto last night at 8 pm after a long day visiting Fatima and Coimbra.
Today we had a panoramic tour and walking tour. This city second largest in Portugal is beautiful.
Easy to get around and is the start of the DUORO River cruises
We get up, eat breakfast and drink our coffee/tea, shower and start packing our things up. We are on the road by 10am. We are making two stops on the way to the city "Porto" where we are bunking in for 2x nights. The first stop is called “Braga” and the second stop is called “Guimares”. So Aaron drives and John navigates us out of the city and onto the highway. However there is an issue and the highway is closed down and we are directed off the main highway. This ...
... dark and with having 10/12 hours in front of us I thought I'd set up the fishing lines early - big mistake, 'Tommy the Trout' the big lure which I had just spent 3 hours putting together with brand new snubber and 150kg swivels was to have his first outing. Now deploying such a rig in broad daylight is bad enough but in the dark nigh impossible. But I struggled through, first attaching the line to the cleat, then unhooking the lure, throwing it clear ...
... 500 metres from the main entrance – tre cool.
· Six Bridges boat cruise. Included in our 48 hour ticket was a boat cruise along the Douro River with commentary about the six massive bridges that span the two banks. One was designed by Gustav Eiffel (I think he may have gone on to do towers or something…) and another was by the dude who designed the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Great hour to spend on a cool wooden ...