Quality Inn Portus Cale
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... the sightseeing activities! Shopping in Portugal is great. It is not as crowded and there are beautiful designs of rings and necklaces that are not available in Singapore. And without the ridiculous Tiffany's prices. More port tasting! We wrapped out Porto at Sandeman. I can say I can tell one port house from another in terms of taste. But I do know they were all intoxicatingly delicious. Bought more bottles of port, as much as we could bear ...
It was a rainy day. Just perfect for a day trip to Braga. We left in the morning. Just the 2 of us. The rest of the group stayed in. The bus ride to Braga from Porto was just under an hour. And I love bus rides on big buses. I get to see is much more and without the stress of checking maps. But getting to the bus terminal was a but if a challenge. But I am traveling with Dear Hubby Kelvin. He managed to find us ...
... found ourselves about 2km south of the town on the best beach (real sand!!!), where about 15 marquees were lined up, each offering surf lessons. We decided an early session would be best so it was just the one bottle of delicious French wine with dinner that night (plus 2 cheeses and a baguette for afternoon tea -lucky we went for that run!) Our surfing lesson the next morning was great, as there was only 4 of us. We had a cool French dude as our instructor who clearly liked ...
... is made with young grapes and is a light wine with a slight carbonation. It is easy to drink- maybe too easy!
Lunch was Portuguese focused. A nice green salad followed by roasted pork loin with oven baked potatoes. The potatoes are cooked with the pork so they acquire a wonderful taste because of the drippings from the meat. It reminded me a lot of a dish my grandmother and ...
... Douro Valley where it is produced is a defined and protected wine region (the first such in the world, in fact--its classification dates back to 1756). All three of us have tasted port before, but none of us knew much about it. When we checked in at the lodge and they asked us whether we would prefer a ruby or tawny tasting at the end of our tour, we all looked quizzically at each other, hoping one of us knew the answer to that question. (Since we ...