Ibis Porto Sao Joao
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... with that. If there was a prolonged hold up in traffic or some special event they may get involved in that. If there was something criminal going down they could alert the branch that deals with that. All in all we watched a large number of these men chatting in shops and bars and very occasionally telling someone to move their car. I think this was mainly for show. As a mark of their importance they drove smart cars if they had cars ...
... moment, 32 degs yesterday and the fridge is struggling running off the battery so a night on mains gets it nice and cold again. The site was right by the beach and it would have been rude not to, so I spent a whole 2 hours on the sand. Even had a paddle but the water was a bit chilly for a swim.
Caught the bus into Porto late afternoon. I’ve probably already used public transport more in a month that I ever did at home. Porto is a fabulous place, built on ...
... do up sell by giving you bread and cod fish cakes thinking they're free - but they're not haha! But hey it was tasty. We had probably one of the longest lunches so far we were pretty chilled out and enjoyed the beautiful afternoon by having a couple of beers with lunch. By the time we left the restaurant we decided we'd go experience Port tasting at one of the big Port houses there. We picked Graham's - as in our experience it's been the ...
... with a special request to a big jug of sangria to get us started. Luckily we did because the food took about an hour to arrive. Must have been a single chef operation because we noticed all the other food for other tables taking an extreme age to also come out and it was really puzzling because the meals didn't really entail a lot of work. By the time ours came out, we were starving. It turned out to be solid but nothing amazing so we wolfed it down and headed on our way.
Today was transfer day as we leave Lisbon and head to our ship in Porto. Travel distance is only about 200 miles but it was an all day trip as we made several stops along the way. The first stop was at the lovely medieval hill town of Obidos which is surrounded by a 14th century wall, 45 feet tall. It is characterized by narrow, cobble stone streets, colorful buildings, and small shops selling local goods. It reminded us ...