Hotel Infante Sagres
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... down to the River Douro. It's interesting that this river flows through Spain and Portugal, but Spain calls it the Duero and Portugal calls it the Douro. We visited a Port Wine museum and took a funicular up to the top of Ponte Luis Bridge. This bridge is significant because it was built by Gustave Eiffel, who also built the Eiffel tower in Paris. It had amazing views of both the river and the city. Our walk across the bridge lead us to a Teleférico (cable ...
... an ancient castle - the birthplace of the nation. Walked through the narrow streets and squares of the old town, so lovely. Then we finally made our way back to Porto as it was now dark, and arrived about 8 pm. Poor Xavier really needed to go to bed, but he managed very well going out to dinner with us at another wonderful warm family style restaurant, Antonio's, where we had a huge dish of slow cooked veal, potatoes, greens......Miguel is known at all the places we go to ...
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Porto and Douro region famous for its Port and vineyards. We liked Porto from the start and decided to stay at least four more days. The Santa Clara is a great value but just doesn't do it for us. It's clean and functional but too dated and staff a bit too indifferent. We can do better. So, our first morning in Porto, Dave decided to check ...
... make these shots over and over.
Friday night: After dinner we went back to the hostel to be picked up for a pub crawl by the same guide we had for the walking tour. We went to 4 different bars, where I got a beer, two (and a half) glasses of sangria, and a shot of "poison." At one point when the pub crawl was going pretty slow, we snuck away to O Mais Velho to try the same Russian shot. The pub crawl was supposed to end at a club where a lot of international ...
... got us back to familiar ground. We enjoyed dinner at a Portuguese restaurant where we ordered codfish and another Portuguese meal that was recommended from the waitress. When the food was brought out, we found out she ordered us octopus!! Surprisingly, the octopus tasted better than the codfish. The codfish was very salty and neither of us liked it at all.
We called it an early night! What a great first day of Porto!