HF Tuela Porto
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... the journey and my life are much better and way more interesting. We have both come to realize that we can't make the journey alone. I sometimes think it would be easier to go alone, having those moments of solitude and silence, freedom to do what you want when you want, eat whatever you want, but would it really be easier? I think being a couple, two in one spirit, is giving each other the space ...
... of our favorites….somehow, we lost our taste for Port…...(the wine) but NOT the city!
To say I’m infatuated with Oporto is an understatement. The old town is so very quaint with its narrow streets and densely packed buildings. I don’t know HOW the natives manage to drive these narrow streets goingup and down hills in their cars shifting gears with one hand, cell phone in the other (YES) and steering with their knees. ...
... try to get some sleep. Luckily after 13hrs we were able to check early at our hotel in Porto (only had to wait 2 hours rather than 6 - win!) and get some well needed sleep. Our evening was quite enjoyable after that! We wandered around the old town of Porto, visiting the walls and cathedral and sampling some codfish croquettes (they LOVE their codfish!), local beers and port wines. We found a great bar on the Douro and watched the bronze World Cup match on the outdoor big screen ...
Got up nice & early making the most of the free breakfasts. I was told the walking tour would come around just after 11 to pick me up. The guy at the desk started to talk to me about a porto delicacy. More on that later. So as he assumed I was going there and then for this meal he forgot to tell the guide I was coming. I did manage to catch up though which was good. The walking tour was ok, I left no tip, mainly as I had no coin on me and ...
... new to think about - everything seems so practical here, the umbrella canvas over the different sitting areas stretched so tight wind could never blow them away. Heavy woven wicker loungers, chairs, tables, bar seats etc. also will not move, they are sleek and modern, a very nice contrast to their ancient white palace, with its sculptured gardens.
The Pousada purchased an old flour mill next door and this is where most of the space was converted for hotel rooms. ...