Dom Henrique Hotel
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... the sightseeing activities! Shopping in Portugal is great. It is not as crowded and there are beautiful designs of rings and necklaces that are not available in Singapore. And without the ridiculous Tiffany's prices. More port tasting! We wrapped out Porto at Sandeman. I can say I can tell one port house from another in terms of taste. But I do know they were all intoxicatingly delicious. Bought more bottles of port, as much as we could bear ...
... terminal and we caught the bus with minutes to spare. The bus ride was only disturbed by 2 very loud Chinese nationals who were living and working in Portugal. The town centre of Braga was lovely and maybe because of the weather, it was not at all crowded. We had lunch, walked around town, visited The Cathedral in the middle of the town and returned to Porto. Just in time for yet another session of port ...
... and the fact that it lies next to Spain is about the only thing they have in common. They don't eat tapas, restaurants open before 10pm, they don't close for siesta, the language is vastly different (thick and difficult to pickup) and most importantly it is home to both Port and Portuguese tarts: they are addictively yum!!! Arriving in Porto, the major city of Northern Portugal, the visual difference in the people along with the economy was vast. It was a bit ...
We left the river boat for the last time today. As our luggage was being transferred to our Porto hotel we left via bus to the city of Guimaraes, located about one hour north of Porto. Never heard of it until today. We learned that it claims to be the birthplace of the country of Portugal because the first king of Portugal, Alfonso I, ruled from Guimaraes. We visited the remains of the castle and church which date back to the 12th century. We ...
Had breakfast in the hostel which included cereal, toast, ham and cheese before heading out. Porto is so pretty with narrow alleys and lanes & staircases with bright coloured homes jammed in closely next to each other heading down to the river.