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 …
... had ultra friendly walking tour guides that led us to some great food and sights while also sharing some interesting history about Porto. While in Porto, I was trying to think of ways to describe it, but I am still having trouble...it was just great!
We spent time on the Dom Luis bridge, indulged in some Porto Port, explored the tiny streets and stairs that make these cities so endearing and conquered their infamous ...
... Cafe and had their famous rabanadas. More yum!
Of course, I can't forget to mention the incredible port wine. I had my first glass with the disappointing dinner. With our ticket to the tram, we received a free sample at the Quevedo Port Winery and the wine was so good, we just stayed their for our tasting. It is so sweet and smooth that you must just sip, savor and enjoy. It's almost like a liquor.
On our last night, we went to this cafe for a famous ...
... apparently wrote Harry Potter here in a local cafe & had lot of her inspiration while in Portugal. One place was this staircase in the bookstore & the black capes that university students wear in Portugal .
I did a ...