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Travel Blogs from Esposende
... down to the River Douro. It's interesting that this river flows through Spain and Portugal, but Spain calls it the Duero and Portugal calls it the Douro. We visited a Port Wine museum and took a funicular up to the top of Ponte Luis Bridge. This bridge is significant because it was built by Gustave Eiffel, who also built the Eiffel tower in Paris. It had amazing views of both the river and the city. Our walk across the bridge lead us to a Teleférico (cable ...
We have been too busy to writ up anything till now! It is all so good, but unexpected....we thought we would be visiting and chatting with Melissa and playing with Xavier, now 22 months, while everything for them is a bit chaotic with the kitchen not existing and the baby expected any minute....but no, Miguel who is a doctor, a busy senior intensivist, took 2 days off work so that he could take us to places in northern Portugal. And we have had a truly amazing time. So busy, ...
... got tickets for the night train from Lisbon to Madrid on Tuesday. So all organized. Were met at Gaia (last stop before Porto itself, just south of the river Douro where M and M live) and Miguel was there to meet us. So good to see them! They are in a state of semi chaos - Melissa is due to have the baby in 10 days, the kitchen is gutted ...
... go our separate ways, but we both realized we could not continue the journey without each other. In the middle of our journey in Barcelos, I was tired and angry and was willing to break it all off... but that was fatigue taking over. After Alfonso's heated and emotional episode of anger and passion, we resumed our journey and we could later laugh about our argument. When we arrived at the alburgue, he was angry and physically exhausted and I was tired and emotionally wrecked. ...
... our early tulips that are ahead of anything because the bricks get warmed near the house and provide the hothouse necessary for their growth. We saw a prickly pear cactus that was also full of ready to pick fruit, hundreds of them....Tony could not believe it. We wished we could have leaned over and picked both of these fruits. We hope someone is able to get at them.
We are pretty tired when we reach the Pousada, our feet hurt, my hip hurts and Tony's shoulder ...
Other places to stay in Esposende
Av Raul Sousa Martins s/n, Esposende | 4 star hotelfrom $63
Avenida da Praia, 45, Esposende | 3 star hotelfrom $49
Aldeamento Pinhal da Foz, Esposende | 3 star hotelfrom $65
Estrada Nacional 13, Esposende | Hotelfrom $46