Tryp Porto Centro
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... so lots of people walking and driving. These buildings are such eye candy, we walked out legs off. It is very hilly and again huge churches, decorated tiled walls everywhere. The train station had the best. So many Germans in town as a soccer match on between Porto and a Swiss team ( we thought it was Germany). They were surrounded by riot police while sitting in a bar on the riveria that afternoon, Never seen ...
... process and what makes it so special.
The next day, Zach and I took the public transit to the coast. Isn't that just a lovely thought - being able to take affordable, clean, relatively comfortable public transportation to the ocean? Anyway, it was quite windy and a bit cloudy, so we weren't able to see America, but the feeling of being by the ocean was so calming and pleasant, and ...
... a little annoyed. I am not sure why this is, but I wonder if they just knew a limited English.
When I arrived in Porto, the awesome bus station office attendant gave me a map or Porto, showed me where I was, showed me where I needed to go, and gave me the WiFi code to log in and check my email quickly. Really cool guy!
Peter, who owns the Kubik Rupik Hostel, was very nice, welcoming and helpful. Grant and Lukas were pretty nice, even tho I didn't spend too ...
... 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 ...
... I know the
friends I have made in them will be life long and I cannot wait for our next
adventure. The boat ride ticket that we bought also included 3 wine tasting
excursions in wine cellars on the other side of the river. Ofcourse we were
going to take advantage of those opprotunities. We walked across the bridge and
made our way to the area of the port wine cellars. We first went to the wine
cellar of Porto Cruz, and although it wasn’t a traditional ...