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... menacing, big deep and black…waiting to shed their droplets, but alas they never did. I was hoping for a brief shower to cool things off a little…but relief only came in the form of water from a plastic bottle.
From the river we took the funicular at the base of the Louis I bridge backup to the shopping district. In no mood for shopping, we made our way to the Train station to get a look at the tile “painting” (not ...
... and crossed the river. Very interesting views.
We spent the afternoon wandering around the town which is fascinating as there is architecture dating back many centuries.
In the evening enjoyed a wonderful grilled seafood meal in the fishing village.
On Sunday we went back to Porto and enjoyed some of the local dishes recommended to us by the newspaper kiosk man.
In life, it is important to prepare and be ready for what may come. Preparation for a pilgrimage, a pregnancy and a baby, having insurance - for health, life, home, car, etc., saving money for a rainy day. Well, this Camino we were not as prepared as last time. I had planned my last pilgrimage much better, had the right gear especially my shoes, and felt in much better shape then I am today. Today there is rain and I ...
... s tiles, stuccoes, iron work, street signs etc. As there seems to be quite a few derelict and abandoned buildings this is an excellent way to preserve part of their architectural history.
The Se or Cathedral of Porto has a couple of memorable features. Recalling something special about each church we visit, when we see so many, is the only way not to forget them. On the steps to the entrance there was an unusual coiled serpent with a dog like head. Inside, close to the ...
... people and sights.