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jfk 9:46 Thu Sep 14
Porto
Off to Porto tomorrow with herself,apparently a fine city for a mooch with easy connections to port /wine gaffs via the Duro river?
Recommendations would be appreciated,restaurants/bars……….

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jimmy iron 1:26 Sat Sep 16
Re: Porto
So good I said it twice

jimmy iron 1:25 Sat Sep 16
Re: Porto
Pork rolls at Casa Guedes and lots of other restaurants nearby
Porto tonica (white port and tonic)
Pizza at Maus Habitos
Coffee at Majestic Coffee
Bass for drinks outside in the centre
Can’t go wroNg with most restaurants tbh
Francensinha is the speciality sandwich (not if you’re veggie)
Great city..

jimmy iron 1:25 Sat Sep 16
Re: Porto
Pork rolls at Casa Guedes and lots of other restaurants nearby
Porto tonica (white port and tonic)
Pizza at Maus Habitos
Coffee at Majestic Coffee
Bass for drinks outside in the centre
Can’t go wroNg with most restaurants tbh
Francensinha is the speciality sandwich (not if you’re veggie)
Great city..

jfk 2:34 Sat Sep 16
Re: Porto
Thanks for the positive advice gents,much appreciate.

riosleftsock 11:55 Thu Sep 14
Re: Porto
Don't mention Nipah, unless you want to get Marriana Northbank involved.

Port fascinates and terrifies me in equal measure; its delicious but very easy to drink like wine (big mistake). I try to only drink it when on holiday or in a restaurant, because the temptation to have a few glasses is irresistable, and it hurts like mad the next day.

gph 11:33 Thu Sep 14
Re: Porto
"Chilled white port is one of the most under-rated after dinner drinkies, with a decent cheese and a few olives."

Something I agree with rios on.

I feel slightly ill, and I don't think it's Nipah, although I have just eaten chorizo, PORK chorizo

riosleftsock 11:11 Thu Sep 14
Re: Porto
Douro wines are probably my favourite, never had a bad one.

Chilled white port is one of the most under-rated after dinner drinkies, with a decent cheese and a few olives.

Hammer and Pickle 10:54 Thu Sep 14
Re: Porto
Lisbon is one of those towns that, unlike London, seems to have turned its back on its river. Porto is not.

gph 10:45 Thu Sep 14
Re: Porto
What amazes me about Lisbon is how much of it was under the river before the Great Earthquake... and how quickly they built on the land without, apparently, worrying the river would take it back

Hammer and Pickle 10:38 Thu Sep 14
Re: Porto
You’d like Porto if you’re still OK with York.

It’s dark and sort of brooding.

gph 10:24 Thu Sep 14
Re: Porto
Can't help much, but I'm definitely going to Portugal in January or February.

Not fed up with Lisbon by any means, but I'm tempted to go elsewhere this time.

If you could report back, it could help ME...

Hammer and Pickle 9:51 Thu Sep 14
Re: Porto
Dr Matt 11:08 Thu Sep 14

Totally

BRANDED 9:48 Thu Sep 14
Re: Porto
Last time I was there was for the Nations League finals that we were shit in. Porto is great though. Fill ya boots.

Mike Oxsaw 5:36 Thu Sep 14
Re: Porto
joyo 5:31 Thu Sep 14

Here you go: the attention that you're so obviously seeking.


HTH.

jfk 5:32 Thu Sep 14
Re: Porto
Thanks for the advice appreciated as always.
Dr Matt theres worse laces than Norwich as a genius like you’d obviously know.

joyo 5:31 Thu Sep 14
Re: Porto
Oxbore was you taken by the care home?
Didn't think they would go that far

Mike Oxsaw 3:30 Thu Sep 14
Re: Porto
I was taken there a couple of times whilst working at Portugal Telecom.

Seem to remember canals and top quality chocolate in the shape of fish.

Manuel 3:27 Thu Sep 14
Re: Porto
BRANDED never goes beyond Europe? At least Ball goes all over.

Side of Ham 3:22 Thu Sep 14
Re: Porto
He’s our very own Alan PRICKer as long as you stick to European destinations & the Isle of Wight…..quite a handy bellend to have on here tbh….

Manuel 2:52 Thu Sep 14
Re: Porto
You could have safely bet your house that Ball and BRANDED would turn up on here. You gotta laugh.

BRANDED 2:36 Thu Sep 14
Re: Porto
Very hilly.
Most of thePort wineries are down on the river.All good for a tasting sesh.
Down at Matosinhos there is a nice beach and some superb fish and seafood restaurants. Some cheap but good and some up market. Love it down there. Very hipster.
Otherwise, take time to walk around and take in the place.

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