Ibis Porto Sao Joao
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Driving into Porto we couldn't believe anyone would like this place. Very industrial port city and all we saw coming in was smog. We were warned the traffic would be a nightmare so stayed on the freeway as much as possible to get into the main area. of course arrived at 5.30 so timed it well for peak hour and stayed a 20 min walk into The centre. Beautiful tiled buildings, heaps of tourists, it is known as a ...
... that had a great deal of Portuguese art. We also visited an archeology museum that had hundreds of ancient artifacts dating back to the Roman times. The museum also had priceless amounts of precious jewels and jewelry, coin and even a real life mummy from Egypt. Some of the many museums we went to had gold plated silverware, gold plated crosses, gold plated monuments. Anything you can think of they gold plated that baby! Right across from the archeology museum there was a ...
You have not seen beautiful until you've taken a train into Porto.
From the moment the train rolled into Porto, I was in awe. The sharp slopes on either side of the Douro River, the tiny winding streets, the gorgeous bridges at all heights. Pictures cannot do it justice.
We hardly had a chance to drop our things at the hotel before Zach suggested we get lunch. And not ...
Today we travelled North and saw lots of agricultural land,corn,grape vines and lots of Eucalypt plantations, the Gum trees are small in comparison to ours in Australia,tall and skinny. Our first stop mid morning was at a quaint little medieval town called Obidos,,lots of local crafts for sale we bought a few bits of leather jewellery,even one for Hugo,it was a very picturesque village.Our next stop was at a ...
... nearby. They were deliciously salty.
On our way out of town, we viewed the impressive statue of the wild horses of Galicia. It is to this coast that Columbus' ship, the Pinta, returned from their discovery of America.
We arrived in Porto during the 6 centuries-old Festa de Sao Joao do Porto (St John the Baptist Festival). The one-way streets were teeming with people and we would see signs for the hotel, but could not find it! The ...