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Spent our last day in Portugal very well. Visited The 'Harry Potter' bookshop. Not difficult to see how the unique decor of the little bookshop inspired Rowlings' Hogwarts. Too bad photography is not allowed, except for a little one hour window earlier in the morning. Finally grabbed the opportunity to go my shopping. It may not make exciting travel documentary but I am not ashamed to admit that I enjoyed it just as much, maybe even more than ...
And so it begins. Went for a jog to get get to know our town a little better. It was not an easy jog. But the part across the bridge to Porto side and back to Gaia side was so scenic I did it twice. Our days here now is eating, port tasting, eating, port tasting. And this is how it goes in ...
... to Tan and Cinda for starting this tradition) and a chance to explore more of Biarritz...like the chocolate museum (we didn't enter in fear Steph would die and go to heaven...that and it was €15 each), and the local parks and more of the beach. It wasn't the warmest evening but we decided we'd be fine to go to an open air movie next to the beach. It was cold in our 2 jumpers but we had a bottle of wine to shield us as we watched "Chasing Mavericks", an American surfing ...
... British high society with our somewhat haphazard choice of port lodge visit. (Without really knowing anything about port, I just chose the first lodge I researched that allowed me to book an English tour time online). It was a very nice port company--family run and they even employ their own team of master coopers.
Tipsy from our tasting, we eagerly purchased a couple of small bottles to share that evening, then walked back across the river ...
We arrived in Porto in the early afternoon and jumped the train and hopped a cab to get to the hotel in order to drop our gear and then do a little urban exploring. By the looks of things this town was just as hilly as Lisbon since it was located on the side of a hill that lead down to the River Douro which dumped out into the ocean. In our hurry, to get out of the hotel, and get to the fun exploring stuff I left ...