Star Inn Porto
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The Bishop's Palace is no longer used as a residence for the Bishop; it is an administrative center for the church. It sits at a high point. The Cathedral is all granite, and its design is in the Latin cross plan. This symbolizes the body of Jesus. There are very ...
... glory was initiated by a famous architect 2000-2003 and the Palace and former factory reopened in 2009 as the largest Pousada in Portugal. (Pousadas are a chain of high end hotels which were former important historic buildings that are owned by the Portuguese government).
An afternoon of rest by the river and the pool with dinner reservations at 8:30 PM. We were seated at a fabulous table with open windows overlooking the Duro River. And what spectacular food and service.
... the unique bridge that Porto is famous for, there were markets, cafes and a great atmosphere with live music and lots of people hanging out and going out on boat rides.
My dinner in the old Riberia section was local Porto dish with a toasted sandwich in ...
... of the Douro River and streets are perpendicular. We are soon puffing and sweating, consuming inordinate amounts of water, beer and cool vinho verde. At the top of the town we ascend 225 narrow stone steps to the top of the Clérigos Church Tower for stunning views over the city. We stop at a welcome café and organize our visits, then descend through Art Nouveau and Art Deco squares, along ...
... the Bocedagas across the river. We took a tram one way down to the bottom and visited two Port wine places. The last we saw a Fado show which Jaime really enjoy. The female singer reminded us of Nadia. During. This time it was rain until we exited our tour. We crossed the bridge looking for a place. To eat and then were planning on going for some drinks. We came across a really cool looking place with a perfect looking table on the second floor calling our name. ...