HF Ipanema Park
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... something or other sauce all over and add fries around the edges. It is quite the sandwich. Well nourished we trekked across the river to the area known as Vila Nova de Gaia with all the port cellars and tasting rooms. This is where the casks are stored and some of the ports are allowed to age in the age-old barrels. While Tammy and I (Tasha) returned here to try some more port companies we only visited one that day: Grahams. Like many of the cellars on this side of the ...
... Pedro drove me around and pointed out some of the most beautiful night views I have ever seen. The hills on either side of the river make it look like the buildings are stacked on top of each other, with row after row of lights. Shortly after, I headed back to the hotel to get some sleep and get to the airport early the next morning.
I got to the airport early to hit up ...
... stairs and platforms hopped on metros anxiously awaiting our stops. The fact that we had been at Oriente Station before helped us and we did not need to stop to reorient. We hustled onward. Low and behold, we made it to our train platform with minutes to spare. Then the train did not arrive on time, giving us an extra 10 minutes to recuperate on the platform.
It was a 3 hour ride to Porto. Our first view of Porto was when we crossed ...
... town was transformed: very loud festive Portuguese music was blaring through speakers from open windows, cake stalls, tables and chairs appeared on the side-walks and strange smells emanated as big sardines and meat were being barbequed on the walkways. The whole city sprung to life: silly plastic hammers and squeaky toys were bought from street vendors and adults and children hit us on the head as part of this strange celebration that mixes the sacred ...