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 …
... so lots of people walking and driving. These buildings are such eye candy, we walked out legs off. It is very hilly and again huge churches, decorated tiled walls everywhere. The train station had the best. So many Germans in town as a soccer match on between Porto and a Swiss team ( we thought it was Germany). They were surrounded by riot police while sitting in a bar on the riveria that afternoon, Never seen ...
... had stuffed my luggage with bottle after bottle of Port, but I started to worry about whether all the bottles would make it to Prague without breaking. So, for a little insurance, I bought a couple more bottles in Duty-Free - just to be sure that at least some would make it home. And some even made it all the way to Willmar, MN…
where they actually sell it in the local liquor ...
... which I really liked. Steel, concrete and glass all the way. On the way to the bus terminal, the local bus weaved thru Santiago and I recognized all the places I saw in my adventures over the last two days. I really could have stayed in Santiago another day, and I recommend this charming city to everyone.
I hopped the bus and sat beside a great girl, who was born in Cuba, raised in Porto and lives in Cape Verde. We chatted practically the entire 3-hour bus ...