Quality Inn Porto
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Overlooking square & right next to main shopping strip
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... the Livraria Lello, one of the oldest bookstores in Portugal. This is one of the most ornate bookstores ever, mixing elements of Neo-gothic and Art Nouveau. It has carved wood ceilings, a stain-glassed roof, an undulating, opulent red staircase, and even a built-in wheel-barrow on rails for moving the store’s 120,000 books, making it look like something out of a Harry Potter novel. It was in disrepair for decades until it underwent a massive restoration in 1995. ...
... for ringing the bell to hard, we jumped off the tram briefly and went for some lunch, again I had pastry rolls, this time with chicken and vegetables, and yet again it was at Muralhes café, before we headed over to the river.
The river cruises and boast trips cost 15 euros for four of us, and due to a slight blunder on the behalf of the boat's captain, we were let onto the boat when we weren't supposed to be. It turns out that the ...
... Our tour ended in the grand meeting room, which was designed and decorated in the fashionable Arabian style of the time. It was very richly decorated with geometric patterns that were pleasing to the eye and was the kind of room that you could look at for quite some time to really appreciate all its details. It was interesting to note that the phrases carved into the walls were Arabic and include such ones as “May Allah protect Queen Maria”. Queen Maria ...
... from our designer guesthouse in the historic and affluent area of 'Foz' (crafted by Salto de Moro of Braga Football Stadium fame), we headed towards 'Serralves Park' complete with outdoor sculptures and relaxing stone benches. This was preceded by lunch in a recommended cafe to sample the local staple 'Francheschina'. What can only be described as a double-decker sandwich crammed full of an entire butchers window, blanketed in a thick layer of cheese, topped with lashing of spicy ...
... the crowd.
We had the greatest night and all the locals were super friendly. But I guess everyone is super friendly after 10 cocktails. Lisbon is very hilly and steep and we had only been in town for 5 hours. No idea how any of us found our way back to our apartment. But we did. I have random video footage on my camera to prove how we managed it too. Excellent night out!!!
The next day we all basically wanted to die. But as the others only had the ...