Grande Hotel-Bom Jesus
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Capítulo 11: Oporto, donde todo tiene que ver con vino
I've always been interested in traveling to Portugal, simply to say I've been to Portugal. I found an amazing deal (round trip flights for 45 euros!) from Madrid to Porto, the second largest city in Portugal behind Lisbon. Before I went I didn't know much about the area, but learned an incredible amount in such a short period of time!
I planned to travel with my friend Shannen and her ...
... we went to a town with a historic bridge - Ponte de Lima. It was very impressive and medieval looking, and is part of the Portuguese Camino, and while we were there admiring it some pilgrims passes us, with scallop shells on their packs, looking just like we did last year! Also, I must say that that moment was also the occasion of pouring rain!! Truly pouring! We had umbrellas and raincoats, but still got wet pants bottoms, shoes etc....can hardly complain. Maybe it's ...
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... tower and the military exhibition. The military exhibition detailed the war in Angola, Mozambique, Goa and the other Portuguese colonies that lasted over 10 years, which only ended after the revolution in Portugal in 1974, oh and in Goa's case, the fact that the Indian army outnumbered the Portuguese troops such that they had to surrender. After being in Goa at Christmas it was interesting to see the other side of the story. The Indians calling it liberation while the ...
... on the other side towards Louis I bridge. We admired the brightly colored (reds, yellows, grays and blues) houses sandwiched together, with the rest of old-town Porto almost seeming to be built on haphazard terraces up the hill side. Looking across the river, you could see the port lodges and the name boards of the major port wine brands littering the hill side, each board like a large HOLLYWOOD sign. We crossed the bridge on foot and over to Villa Nova Gaia, which ...