Dom Henrique Hotel
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Today we are leaving Sao Pedro of Rates and heading to Barcelos. Another equally painful day of walking on cobblestone roads but we did get some trails with some mud. Had a pizza lunch just as we arrived in Barcelos. Continued on the trail to reach the ...
Arrived in Lisbon at 3:30 am (Ottawa time)/8:30 Lisbon time. Exited the plane on the tarmac and got bussed around the Lisbon airport to the customs building. Took the subway to the Oriente train station and took the train to Porto. Found the ticket office with one minute to departure ...
... the city. It was a gorgeous day and went up the Torre de Clérigos (http://www.torredosclerigos.pt/en/) to get a fantastic aerial view of the city. Then, we toured the Portuguese Centre for Photography to see an interesting, yet morbid (dead body) exhibition. On our way back to the hotel, we found this cute bar and stopped for our huge welcome sangria. Yum! In the early evening, we went back to hostel to meet Peter and then for dinner across the street.
The next day was ...
... this time. Also hard to find an indoor restaurant on the Ribeira, which is why they provide blankets for you while you´re eating. Roger ordered a "steak sandwich", but was brought a little crusty roll with ham and a thin slice of beef on it. That´s it. So he had to order something else as well. Too funny. We rode the funicular back up to our neighborhood (yes, they have one here, too!) and headed home to get ready to leave for Evora tomorrow.
... And they will be really angry at you if you do not understand Spanish/Portuguese.
Safe to say that was my first and last flight with RyanAir.
After touching down at Oporto, I was welcomed by a mist of old town vibes. It felt like I was transported back to 1969 and that I was stuck in a misty black and white feature film set in the West.
Everything about Porto was what I imagined it to be. Throngs of elderly people walking around ...