HF Tuela Porto
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Capítulo 11: Oporto, donde todo tiene que ver con vino
I've always been interested in traveling to Portugal, simply to say I've been to Portugal. I found an amazing deal (round trip flights for 45 euros!) from Madrid to Porto, the second largest city in Portugal behind Lisbon. Before I went I didn't know much about the area, but learned an incredible amount in such a short period of time!
I planned to travel with my friend Shannen and her ...
... t had time to write anything up, and am writing from notes of the places we went each day, and the spelling will certainly sometimes be wrong. Miguel genuinely loves to be a tour guide of his country, and he has this depth of knowledge of the history and small details of every place we go, it is as Amr says, being with a living Fodor's! Plus, he is the perfect host, and nothing is too much trouble or effort....we have driven many kilometers with him in his very comfortable ...
... a cool conversation with one of the hostel workers and the owner of the place. They were telling us a bit more about the history. It was very cool chatting to them. We headed to bed at about 10pm - and I got my Jax fix by watching the new Sons of Anarchy episode lol...we managed to find a copy online so we didn't miss out. I don't think it's airing in Aussie yet. And those of you who watch it - it's amazing! A big start to the ...
... Dog cat and duck, lovely garden and we look forward to spending more time here in a few weeks. Eagerly awaiting news now! Didn't realise we had to go through Bridport so a lightning visit to Rosetta who is blown away by our appearance at her front door. We will return! on the boat.. glad it's a bloody big boat and the weather is perfect. my idea of hell on earth is surely being in a small boat on a big ocean. SPAIN. two wonderfully indulgent days in the gastronomic pleasure dome ...
When you travel, you need to seek out what you are looking for. And it's all about balance. Too many big cities, and your pocket book goes for a ****. Then you get stressed from the constant noise and the traffic and endless line ups of people wanting to elbow their way into this or that or the other thing. Too many rural areas, and you feel like you are missing some of the exciting things that the bigger cities have to offer.... like art spaces, museums, architecture and ...