Residencial Porto Foz
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... 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 ...
... sandwich, which is Portugal's answer to the Croque Monsieur (the name means little French Girl in Portuguese) and is only available really in Porto. It comes out as a massive sandwich of white bread, various sausages, roast beef, chorizo, cheese, all covered in a spicy tomato sauce/soup. They are very proud of it but it looks and is insane. You can get the grande which has all of that but is also served on chips and has an egg on the top. I went standard and it was still ...
expectations, and no clue what the main attractions were. We kind of just
started wandering and ended up at the famous bridge ponte luis I- we climbed across
the bridge and although it was so windy I thought we were going to blow over,
the view were amazing and it gave us a good perspective and layout of the city.
We then made our way to the water and walked along the Riberia area in the day
time- it was even more spectacular in the day and the ...
... and 172 children orphaned .
Instead of going back on the same path I detoured to ride through some of their park which were beautiful.
I rode first through the big city park and them on to the park at Museu de Serralves which had more structured gardens and ...