Hotel Regua Douro
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Our destination for the start of our walk was a charming little village high above the river called Provesende, population 310. Provesende was one of the communities to benefit from the Port wine demarcation, with the escalation of trade in Port with Britain, Portugal's primary trading partner and oldest political ally.
We hopped off the bus just outside town where kids were boarding a school bus pointed in the ...
A wee bit of sunshine this morning but still quite cloudy. The weather the past few days has been cooler and wetter than normal. The locals say it has been a poor summer and now especially with the harvesting of the grapes- rain is not a good thing. We drove some very twisty and narrow roads. searched our way- some of the villages were too small for the GPS system to find, so we had to go by internal ...
Today we decided to try a day trip that Rob found mentioned on Trip Advisor. We took the train from just down the street from us and travelled along the Douro to Ferradosa a small village on the river. Train trip was about 11/2 hours and cost 13.20E round trip each. When we arrived, we searched and found the one restaurant in the village and as we were lagging behind Rob, the lady of the restaurant came and picked us up in her car. We shared a meal of ...
Had a late start today- not on the road until noonish. Stopped briefly in a Internet cafe, but had to linger due to a storm passing through. Thunder and lightning show. Had to have 2 coffees. From there we drove to a vineyard- Quinta de Passcala .It is owned by Taylor's but produces Fonseca Port. We watched the men stomping the grapes and chatted with a university student that told us they ...
... to the ship for lunch, and then continued our journey back to Porto. As we got closer to the city we began to see signs of urban civilization, including kayakers, and motor home parks at the river's edge!
The Captain's farewell reception and dinner were delightful, and we enjoyed our last look at the lights of Porto from the river. Tomorrow we will begin our trip extension to Santiago de Compostela, Spain.