Tryp Porto Centro
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... in the maritime discoveries of the New World. It's centre is a world heritage site. After an hour or so of travelling by rail through the suburbs the river came into view and for the next couple of hours we followed it's course up to a place called Pochino. It provided a relaxing way to spend the day and to give the feet a rest ...
... top of a fence.
We walked up the steep bank to reach the Crystal Palace of Porto. We had not ventured here to see the palace which was intact a sports arena, we had visited this place to see the incredible gardens. The Gardens sat on the knoll of a hill and could see west towards the Atlantic sea and also east towards the city centre. This park had incredible views and also peacocks everywhere. It was a stunning park but as we were rushing a ...
... of course). It was nice that we took it so we could check out the area in the higher area of the city, and also the tickets came with port wine tasting at one of the cellars. We tried 4 different types of port wine - white, rose, ruby and tawny. They were very nice and sweet, but rather strong for me. We thought about maybe buying some bottles for home, but the pain of packing them to our luggage discouraged us. After all, we don't really drink much ...
... We visited numerous very ornate churches - both catholic & Anglican We wandered down to the waterfront & found some very good quality craft markets & about 100 young ones doing a flash dance prior to a marriage proposal. We walked up a million steps to the bridge over the Duro river & had a picnic lunch ...
We got ourselves sorted and checked out after breakfast and made our way to the main train station. The train was a bit long and boring &we found it hard to sleep - hopefully our overnight train to Madrid later this week will be better though!! Eek.We soon arrived into Porto and got off at Sao Bento station....this place is incredible! The station alone is decorated in the Portuguese blue and white tiles, and ...