HF Fenix Porto
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... police just there to make sure no problems. We were able to get some tickets so we went to the match, another 30 min walk to stadium and just followed the crowds. Great night Porto got 4 goals and other nil but the chanting was the best, the whistling happened when they didn't agree with refs. So passionate about their team and the Germans were all put into the corner area behind mesh screens with security ...
... had stuffed my luggage with bottle after bottle of Port, but I started to worry about whether all the bottles would make it to Prague without breaking. So, for a little insurance, I bought a couple more bottles in Duty-Free - just to be sure that at least some would make it home. And some even made it all the way to Willmar, MN…
where they actually sell it in the local liquor ...
... included, check out wasn't till 12...so this was the dilemma. Jed was all thrown as, in his words..."Been planning my day around the pasta" You know,your a backpacker on a budget when you plan your day around a portion of left over pasta. We headed to what we thought was the correct bus stop, turns out it wasn't but hey...the very helpful bus driver pointed us in the right direction! Next stop Lisbon. Ps. We had breaky at 9am then hung about and ate the pasta at 12 just after check out! ...
... originally a Roman settlement), across the Puenta de Rande to Vigo, also on the coast. Vigo was settled by the Celts around 600 B.C. We parked the car and went in search of the famed ostreras, fisherwomen who peddle their freshly shucked oysters to passersby. We did find a street where you could buy six fresh oysters from stalls set up by the Tourism department (replacing the ostreras, we supposed) and then have them served on a plate at one of ...
... lots of people and it was colourful, bright, friendly, fun, musical; there were restaurants, cafes, bars, shops. There was also chaos, as the roads were being pulled apart and worked on. There were magnificent old buildings covered in beautiful tiles, and there were dilapidated, forgotten buildings. It was just fabulous! So we did end up doing quite a bit of walking but it was relaxed. And then we went to Paris.... (But one day, I will come back to ...