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Travel Blogs from Esposende
... brawl, and headed to our hostel for dinner. We had some drinks with everyone from our hostel & played cards! The next day we had to catch a train to Barcelona, so we relaxed, made amazing homemade soup, went for a nice walk, and than caught our train. Well our train got messed up... We made it to our first stop which was Coimbra B, and we have a rail planner on our phone that tells us when our train is and what time, well sometimes ...
... of the week but its going to be tough. When we finish work, have a shower, we are ready by 5 or 6pm and then have about an hour until dinner then finish dinner at 8 and have nothing to do. PLaying cards in such a quiet environment is running thin with us as well. Its going to be so much better at the next place, we hope, as there will be better company in the evenings and more stuff to do. I have become an expert painter over last few days as we have painted whole ceilings, and ...
So you will be glad to hear i got my wine! In fact, an hour after i wrote my last blog entry we went for a trip down to a small town, where they were having a traditional portuguese market. The market turned out to be pretty small and **** to be honest. Lots of bad clothes and and random odd things. One stall had cakes and chocolate donuts i came close to buying but thats about it. After wasting time waiting for Attie to finish with her choir then ...
... exchange stories but afterwards once we have helped clear everything away she will go off and do her thing so we either play some cards for a bit, which isn't as fun without wine or go watch some TV. Which is fine by us, we are quite happy entertaining ourselves, just wish we were a little more comfortable to help ourselves to what we wanted without egging each other on to ask her but then both refusing so we go without. Today ...
... staying, and is officially a separate city, but functions as part of Porto. So we drove further out from the central part which we had seen earlier, and on the western side near the coast. Fabulous. A lovely corniche, and very big houses - the area where the English lived during the old port days (the clerks had to live on the other side of the river!), and it is still very desirable real estate. As ordinary tourists we would never have seen all this area. ...
Other places to stay in Esposende
Av Raul Sousa Martins s/n, Esposende | 4 star hotelfrom $67
Avenida da Praia, 45, Esposende | 3 star hotelfrom $50
Aldeamento Pinhal da Foz, Esposende | 3 star hotelfrom $62
Estrada Nacional 13, Esposende | Hotelfrom $45