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Postcard from Porto – São Miguel

Today we hired bikes and went for a ride along the seafront but the bikes weren’t wonderful and the bike path didn’t start until the lighthouse built in the 16th century, one of the oldest in Europe. We had lunch at the main port north of Matosinhos where there are lots of little restaurants with barbecues at the side on which they grill sardines to Jean Michel’s delight.
Aujourd’hui nous avons loué des vélos pour nous promener le long du littoral mais les vélos n’étaient pas merveilleux et la piste cyclable n’a démarré qu’après le phare construit au 16 ème siècle et l’un des plus vieux d’Europe. Nous avons déjeuné au port principal au nord de Matosinhos où il y plein de petits restaurants avec des barbecues sur le côté pour faire griller des sardines au grand bonheur de Jean Michel.

2 replies on “Postcard from Porto – São Miguel”

usually bikes come with the Gites we hire in the past we have not used them but this year we had a go must have been at least 15 years since we owned bikes and the one’s at the Gite were not the best….

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