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Travel Blogs from Esposende
... to be your own person, and grow together without losing yourself. Today was a tough day on the Camino. Alfonso carried my backpack for the last 2-3km again. I can't let him do that anymore. It's too much to have somebody carry all of my burdens. But that is what love is about - giving of oneself and sacrificing for the other person. I need to be better about doing this myself. Until next time... Buen ...
... menacing, big deep and black…waiting to shed their droplets, but alas they never did. I was hoping for a brief shower to cool things off a little…but relief only came in the form of water from a plastic bottle.
From the river we took the funicular at the base of the Louis I bridge backup to the shopping district. In no mood for shopping, we made our way to the Train station to get a look at the tile “painting” (not ...
... keep my knees and ankles from spraining on the uneven surface. Then some swear words started escaping my lips (sorry, Mom ;). At one point, it was so steep, I was close to being on my hands and knees as I feared I would fall backwards with the weight of Bubba on my back - tumbling down the hill.
ANOTHER turn, and another mound of rocks steeper than the last?? Really?? Gentle swear words give way to more of a turrets type syndrome of swearing. Then it ...
We walked downhill from our hotel to the Cathedral this morning. The cathedral sat just next to the Ponte D Luis bridge. A statue of a warrior on a horse proudly guards the cathedral 10 or so meters from it. Inside, a Sunday morning service was happening, but the attendance was only 20% full at best. We walked down a neighbourhood built on a cliff and headed towards the river. The alleyways turned left and right seemingly in random and eventually, we reached ...
... built by the Eiffel company just months before the Eiffel Tower was constructed! We also learned a lot about the Port Wine that originated in that region of Portugal and saw all of the wineries along the river! It was so refreshing to hear about the city from someone who knew the area and history so well! That evening we relaxed and hung out with our two German roommates as well as some other friends from the hostel! We originally had the intention of ...
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