Porto Antas Hotel
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... packing up to leave and get the process started early, so Dennis got all of the boxes and duffel bags out of the shed and I began by packing up all of the gifts I had bought and also all the clothes Laura left here, which was practically an entire suitcase full! The new big duffel also fit all of Dennis warm weather Portugal clothes as well as a few other items, I could barely zip it. While I was working on the project Doney walked by the house; he has gotten his annual sheep ...
... port barges to the cave. The tour was very interesting and it was good to walk among the old barrels, ranging in size from 300 litres to 20,000 litres, containing ports of differing styles and ages. They were very proud of the fact that they keep some of the best vintages to age and have some port that is up to 60 years old - we didn't like to tell them about the hundred year old Para! After a really good video, we enjoyed tasting a white and a tawny port, buying a couple of ...
... with a nice beach, we had lunch before a Finicular ride up a very steep hill to the overhanging village of Sitia, it had amazing views ofi TheAtlantic coastline. Two more hours in the coach and we arrived in Porta. Today we saw Pampas grass growing wild along the roads. First impressions of Porta were very positive. We had a lovely meal in our Hotel, the first night in a new Hotel is always spent in the Hotel Dining ...
... a little annoyed. I am not sure why this is, but I wonder if they just knew a limited English.
When I arrived in Porto, the awesome bus station office attendant gave me a map or Porto, showed me where I was, showed me where I needed to go, and gave me the WiFi code to log in and check my email quickly. Really cool guy!
Peter, who owns the Kubik Rupik Hostel, was very nice, welcoming and helpful. Grant and Lukas were pretty nice, even tho I didn't spend too ...
... night we topped our Lisbon experience off by heading to a local bar to listen to some Fado singers. Unfortunately there were two places with the same name that we were recommended and we ended up walking all over town (through a few dodgy areas) to find the one that was open in Alfama. It's very passionate, bluesy singing - often describing homesick sailors and their families. We almost got a free cd out of it (it was actually €15). Good..but given we don't have a ...