Vera Cruz Porto Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... great cathedral. However it remained spectacular of the entire of Porto and the weather in this part of the world certainly helps with that.
We ventured down the thin flight of stairs before finding our way through the busy streets. We found a few lovely squares and buildings as this city has one around every single corner. We also got very confused with the lights at one point and had to run out of the way of a car. Eventually as the sun began ...
This was the day we had to depart from the ship. We arose early for last minute packing and breakfast. Beth and Arlene had to leave around 4 to get to the airport for their flight home. We said our goodbyes to them the night before. Chris, Michele, John and I were about the last to leave the ship as we had to be off by 9. They provided taxi service to our hotel.
We said goodbye to Dorothy and Santino in the lounge; and again to the staff, at which point we departed. ...
... surprised to see a young couple there but we were expecting another couple that we had seen at lunch time hiking the trail. We were 6 sleeping in the albergue that night. It was an exciting day but we were exhausted. Went to a café for supper and used the wifi to see my grand daughter, Mae, take ber first official crawl to her Memère and Pepère via Skype. ...
... us a huge list of great cafés and restaurants to try, and as we didn't have much of a lunch, we are peckish. We have a snack out as we are joining a group dinner tonight at the hostel - 3 course dinner with 1 cocktail, wine& a port to finish for only €15 each!!!!!!!!!!! Awesome is all I can say haha. We had a quick walk around town before it was time for tea, but first we had a snooze then went to ...
... to his worship he must be somewhat underwhelmed! Perhaps if the RC clergy were to visit Poland and see the glistening gold in clean churches there they might see that things could be a tad brighter. As you walk through the backstreets and alleys, and when you look to the upper floors on the main streets the majority of rooms seem to have been unoccupied for a long while. As with many tourist magnets, employment must be seasonal. People are friendly here ...