Quality Inn Porto
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Overlooking square & right next to main shopping strip
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We had a very early start to the day, waking at 3.30am. Not yet accustomed to the time change. We walked around Porto all day, even visiting the bookshop that inspired J.K. Rowlings staircase in her Harry Potter novels Porto is a charming city, shrouded in history with photo opportunities everywhere you look or each direction you take. We visited …
We jumped on a sightseeing bus after standing in a downpour in the morning to see a little more of Lisbon before catching a train to Porto. Afterwards was coffee & of course our first Portuguese tart. 2pm and it was time to catch the high speed rail to Porto. We travelled most of the trip at approx 220km/hour. Walked to our accommodation in a …
Spent our last day in Portugal very well. Visited The 'Harry Potter' bookshop. Not difficult to see how the unique decor of the little bookshop inspired Rowlings' Hogwarts. Too bad photography is not allowed, except for a little one hour window earlier in the morning. Finally grabbed the opportunity to go my shopping. It may not make exciting travel documentary but I am not ashamed to admit that I enjoyed it just as much, maybe even more than ...
And so it begins. Went for a jog to get get to know our town a little better. It was not an easy jog. But the part across the bridge to Porto side and back to Gaia side was so scenic I did it twice. Our days here now is eating, port tasting, eating, port tasting. And this is how it goes in ...
... lunch of cod (Portugal's seafood specialty) and vinho verde.
For the capstone to our time in Portugal, we crossed the Douro River via an impressive 19th-century steel bridge and visited Graham's Port Lodge. Port wine originally comes from Porto, and although a few other parts of the world now produce this sweet fortified wine, the wine-growing region around Portugal is the only place in the world that can technically label its product "port," ...