HF Ipanema Porto
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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Getting there: bus to Montreal, Flight to Paris (CDG), shuttle across Paris to Orly, Flight to Porto
After landing in Porto and meeting up with Claire, we checked into the 5 star Ipanema Park Hotel and set off for a short walk along the city's main river the Duoro. This short walk turned into a 4 hour …
Slept in on this last day aboard the Queen Isabel. We have been docked since yesterday, and although their are still activities to sign up for, we decide to r and r, take care of some paperwork before lunch and walk about in the afternoon. Everyone loved the excursion but it was very relaxing to have a lazy morning. Off we go from Gaia, across the Luis I bridge and back ...
... commercial or religious (lots of those) - is adorned with magnificent tiles, mainly in blue and white patterns. We were actually docked about 30 minutes out of town at the Port of Leixões. Oceania provided a shuttle to downtown Porto; of course, we were on the first bus at 8:30 am. The first fun thing we saw as we got off the bus was the Sunday bird market. Live birds (along with a few turtles, fish and rabbits), cages and birdseed were for sale at about 30 stalls ...
... The outside in then covered in melted cheese and a thin gravy poured around the entire dish… It didn’t quite live up to my expectations, but hey, we’ve been living on French/Spanish produce for the last month so we’re probably spoilt. We did, however buy a BBQ chicken from a supermercado and it was spot on. Tender, yet a little spicy. Couldn’t bring myself to try the Bacalhau , which are massive salted ...
... We were dropped off at a roman bridge and started the walk on country lanes and suddenly a light bulb moment - nurofen may help ease vicki's suffering. It worked to ease the pain and unbelievably she actually made the whole way into the most beautiful oldest Portuguese town of Ponte de Lima. Thankfully the days walking surface varied from cobblestones to dirt paths which are so much easier on the feet. The scenery we passed was a constant lush green either corn fields ...