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Exploring Porto today! First stop was a little train tour, called Magic Train or something that takes you to the local Port making winery place (I don't know what it's called it's not a winery?!) here we got to see the cellar and all the barrels and have a tour of how everything is made and stored. Got to sample a white and red port and also brought myself a small set of 3 to take home. Hayd ...
... our two objectives, the Sé - which was closed for the lunch "hour" (noon to 2pm) - and the railway station (Estação São Bento). Those two landmarks checked off, we headed back to Leixões. We spent a final 45 minutes on shore fighting the wind along the beach; even the lifeguards had abandoned their stations! A note to Val. The back button focusing, together with continuous shoot, is working like a charm - especially when trying to take photos from a moving ...
After a good nights rest we arrived at Oporto (7:00 am). Looking outside it's just a bit foggy. Hopefully the forecast is right and it will become partly cloudy and 70.
It turned out to be a gorgeous day!
The city of Oporto is an old and beautiful city and one of the largest ports in Portugal.
We took the walking "Highlihts of the city" tour which was about 2 1/2 hours tour. Thank ...
... We picked the Taylor's Port Cellar tour. It is high above the waterline with the oldest cellars, the prime location of avoid the rising river during times of flood. The woman who guided our tour in English was great. She kept it clear and concise and left us more educated and intrigued with the variety of Ports. At the end, we enjoyed a tasting of two more ports just before closing time.
Our Porto Routine
We discovered ...
... We found an out of the way cafe for lunch which revived our energy levels. Usually the arrival & departures from each town are long, boring, tedious and on main roads BUT the arrival into Ponte de Lima was so pretty. Along the river under an avenue of grapevines then trees into the most beautiful town overlooking a large river with a large roman pedestrian bridge. Lovely manicured gardens everywhere and medieval buildings. A definite town to come back and spend more time in. ...