Hotel Infante Sagres
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... the sightseeing activities! Shopping in Portugal is great. It is not as crowded and there are beautiful designs of rings and necklaces that are not available in Singapore. And without the ridiculous Tiffany's prices. More port tasting! We wrapped out Porto at Sandeman. I can say I can tell one port house from another in terms of taste. But I do know they were all intoxicatingly delicious. Bought more bottles of port, as much as we could bear ...
And so it begins. Went for a jog to get get to know our town a little better. It was not an easy jog. But the part across the bridge to Porto side and back to Gaia side was so scenic I did it twice. Our days here now is eating, port tasting, eating, port tasting. And this is how it goes in ...
... He rambled the whole time (in a good way) and was pretty funny. He had great stories and facts which he told in between our stops and it was quite nice to hear both perspectives about all things Porto. I felt a little sorry for the girl because everyone slowly gravitated to him and asked him more questions since he was super friendly and obviously knew a lot about the city. I guess it just came really natural to him. Anyway his 'unofficial tour' between the young girl's official ...
... br> costed 24 euro- which is awesome. We ate a quick lunch before we left and me
and Amanda were adventurous and tried this portugese shrimp dish- it was
awesome. We caught the train to Porto which took around 3.5 hours- most of
which I slept. We got to Porto, Portugal around 7:30 except our experience in
the train station was slightly frantic. The metro/train system was extremely
difficult to navigate, the ticket kiosks to buy the metro tickets were ...
... the unique bridge that Porto is famous for, there were markets, cafes and a great atmosphere with live music and lots of people hanging out and going out on boat rides.
My dinner in the old Riberia section was local Porto dish with a toasted sandwich in ...