Quality Inn Portus Cale
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... police just there to make sure no problems. We were able to get some tickets so we went to the match, another 30 min walk to stadium and just followed the crowds. Great night Porto got 4 goals and other nil but the chanting was the best, the whistling happened when they didn't agree with refs. So passionate about their team and the Germans were all put into the corner area behind mesh screens with security ...
You have not seen beautiful until you've taken a train into Porto.
From the moment the train rolled into Porto, I was in awe. The sharp slopes on either side of the Douro River, the tiny winding streets, the gorgeous bridges at all heights. Pictures cannot do it justice.
We hardly had a chance to drop our things at the hotel before Zach suggested we get lunch. And not ...
... the amazing countryside and over the Spain/Portugal bridge-border.
Welcome to Porto, Portugal!
Welcome to Portugal - the 39th country I have visited in this whole wide wonderful world!
I know Porto is a beautiful city and I was eager to visit and tour around. And, it's the home of Port wine and, as a wine lover, what could be better?!
I arrived ...
... we had to get out of there quickly when I came out of the
bathroom with my dressed tucked into my swim suit and everyone got a show…
oops. We caught a cab and initially we were going to go to a bus station to
catch a bus to a beach called el Algarve- which we had heard was really nice
except the driver said it was 3 hours away and that he would take us to another
beach for 30 euro which was about 30 mins away. We were sold because we were
... Scots hate it. Scots are Scots, nationalistic bunch.....all beside the point! In 1790, with £300 from his father, George Sandeman started trading in sherry wines from Jerez, Spain and Porto wines from here, hence the Spanish caballero hat and Portugese student cape! One thing led to another! First company to name their wines, first to advertise, to bottle, label and to export....pioneering stuff! Now in the hands of a seventh ...