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... that showed the pollution of the city and years of use. The insides revealed ornate carvings painted gold, beautifully painted ceilings, and sparkling stained glass windows. Most of the churches permitted photography, so we were able to capture their beauty! We also were able to light a few candles and pray for our friend back in the U.S. (He knows who he is!) The Portuguese are known for their beautiful, hand painted tiles and many of the facades ...
... Well deserved as well down by the river. We also got to go into the cathedral this time. It was beautiful and also great to see a free church. After our look around we decided it was time for dinner. It was difficult to find somewhere that was open. Eventually we came across a cute, small place. We battled to decide what to get but eventually all settled on francesinha's, a type of Portuguese sandwich that contains ham, cheese and meat within white bread, then covered in ...
We celebrated Tammy's 30th birthday in the city where Port was first made thanks to the perfect climate of the Douro valley, Porto! We ended up in an excellent flat and even better, the historical part of Porto we planned to explore was so small we were within walking distance of everything! The night before Tammy's birthday we tried to decorate the apartment without making noise and we failed. Tammy heard us but was kind enough to let us have our fun and not come out ...
... to the Porto IC train departing at 12:39. Our timing was perfect. Our train departed Sintra a few minutes later.
We commented how smooth and simple the connections were. Not until we got to "the end of the line" at Rossio, nowhere near Oriente Station, did we realize that we should have made another transfer earlier. Paper tickets usually have the transfer station written on them. But since we used our zap passes, we did not have ...
... daisies, lavender, heather, monkshood, periwinkle, gentian, snow-on-the-mountain and on and on....and many other flowers in full bloom that I did not recognize. We were cycling in the vineyards – way way up high and gradually came down to the Duoro River – over and under old and modern bridges. Over and across walls made of stone that at one time, enabled the train line to switchback its way through the countryside. Little vineyard/farming towns clinging to the ...