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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... had ultra friendly walking tour guides that led us to some great food and sights while also sharing some interesting history about Porto. While in Porto, I was trying to think of ways to describe it, but I am still having trouble...it was just great!
We spent time on the Dom Luis bridge, indulged in some Porto Port, explored the tiny streets and stairs that make these cities so endearing and conquered their infamous ...
... riverfront to catch rickety Infante - the tram - all along the Rio Douro and out to the Atlantic Ocean. We hopped off and walked out to one of the three lighthouses for some awesome views. Gorgeous! We took the bus back to the main city, and quickly visited the train station to show Steve the awesome Portuguese tiles in there, and then to the main cathedral for a quick "wow!" and back to the promenade and our hotel.
On our first nite (my second) we ...
... awesome! We head out into the hot Porto sun and and make our way to the hostel. Porto is extremely hilly, so we are sweaty as hell by the time we get to the hostel haha!! But yet again, another excellent hostel. It's in a great location, our private room & ensuite is massive,plus we have a king size bed! This place is the cheapest hostel I've booked at only $77 Aussie a night!!!!!! Bonus!! :-). Again ...
... of Porto wasn't handsome but we soon discovered it had an eclectic charm. Everywhere we turned there was something a little different or quirky: the old buildings were clad in beautiful blue and white tiles or geometric patterns, warehouses were being transformed into art studios, funky little bars and restaurants were making port wine cocktails and we can't forget the cool hat shop that would have Wayne Smith in a drooling trance. We had a hoot trying to find ...
... that it was the Portuguese who introduced tea to the British. The British became tea drinkers while the Portuguese maintained their love of coffee.
Guaimaraes is a city of about 70,000 people and was delightful. The old town of the city is where we spent our time on cobble stone streets without cars, old church belfries ringing on the quarter hour, small shops selling crafts, pastries, tapas, etc. It was a harbor of serenity in a sea ...