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... if the two wheeled variety. Now that would put an end to high speed police chases but then again, that is not their job and it is not clear that speed limits actually mean anything.
I forgot to mention that the apartment was surrounded by a bar and it was also the first week of swat vac for uni students as well. Just a bit noisy as they had to stand outside to smoke and this happened to be under the bedroom window! Pat was a happy chap. ...
... shut up and pour!”
Another of those Porto highlights is the Torre de Clerigos,
the clock/bell tower of a sumptuously-decorated baroque church of the same name
on one of the city’s highest hills with spectacular views around the city from
its top. It felt scarily high and narrow to climb up, similar to some towers in
Italy like the one in Siena. I wouldn’t want to see two fat people try to pass
each other on that stairway!
... little shops along the streets. Each one has it's own charcoal grill set up either on the road, or the footpath, and you choose your fresh seafood off their ice display, and they cook it on the grill right in front of you. While our sea bass and octopus were cooking, they also did some capsicums and sardines with garlic, so you can just imagine the smells emanating from that grill!! Our young waiter then filleted ...
... by what I can only assume were parties of drunken maniacs out for a Sunday cellar crawl. Fearing for my life and bordering on heatstroke, I decided to abandon the search and visit the next one I came across, which, although it may have been 'touristy' had a functioning loo which was more important to me than port at that stage. As I entered, after staggering up more bleeding stairs, the woman in charge of dispensing the port took one look at my beetroot red face and sat me ...
... it was cozy, safe, very clean and fit us perfectly! We quickly unpacked and started our first day of adventures thru the streets of porto!Our first stop was walking to the river. Of course I thought I listened well to our cab driver of where the river was in relation to over hotel...well I must've missed a few turns he mentioned bc I quickly learned from Ben the river will always be downhill. From here on out I will never question bens directions! -unless I want to ...