Dom Henrique Hotel
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... had ultra friendly walking tour guides that led us to some great food and sights while also sharing some interesting history about Porto. While in Porto, I was trying to think of ways to describe it, but I am still having trouble...it was just great!
We spent time on the Dom Luis bridge, indulged in some Porto Port, explored the tiny streets and stairs that make these cities so endearing and conquered their infamous ...
... 3-course/5 Euro plate, but the food was fatty and disappointing. However, that was the only bad thing we had.
The rolls and bread are probably the best I have ever had. The coffee is also phenomenal (http://portuguesecoffee.com/). The breakfast buffet at the hotel was incredible. They were very generous and we made sandwiches for lunch. Our welcome sangria was delicious and we vowed to copy it once home.
Down from the hostel was this grocery store with a front ...
... which line the river.. Another day of sublime indulgence. gatecrash a mobster wedding at the cathedral while helicopter buzzes overhead and swarthy men in tight black suits with menacing haircuts glare and linger, but there are no stabbings, and we escape thru this wondrous orange roofed, blue tile walled town to the porthouses and we sample tawny, rose, branco, ruby, vintage and so on ports trying to identify the tastes of violet, earth, redcurrant, oak, cinnamon and a lovely hint ...
... colours on the outside, we look forward to exploring tomorrow. We find the hotel which looks lovely and right on a pedestrian street in the centre, we check in and the room is tiny, but we are only here 2 nights so we are okay. We head to a local cafe for dinner called The Majestic, it is recommended on Trip Advisor and looks amazing. We have a nice meal followed by deserts that are paired with local ...
... The latter is a traditional Portuguese dish which I have not come across yet. It is made up of two slices of bread with beef, ham and sausage wedged between them, an egg on the top, cheese dripping over this lot, served in a bowl with a very tasty soup-like sauce. Home made fries were included as well. A truly delicious dish (Picture: Porto - 5). Believe me, we needed the steep walk back to the hotel to work off a few ...