A gracious city of grandeur slowly falling apart and being taken over by natureView of Villa Nova De Gaia, on the other side of the river from PortoView of Villa Nova De Gaia, on the other side of the river from PortoStained glass behind the organThere's a long building attached to this, 4 times as wide at the other end but you can't tell from here!Cruising along...Porto panorama as seen from Villa Nova De GaiaPorto panorama as seen from the monasteryPorto along the riverPort heritage areaPorto near the bridgeMatthew and his big tree!Baroque gold extravagance in the churchesMost of what's left of Porto's ancient wall is visible here.Ancient wall, and very old buildings on a steep hillTop left - 1 bottle of port left from 1834!24 degrees - perfect.Here puss puss puss......Dusk churchExpensive waterfront restaurants - worth it for the views.A large running drain 3m away but who cares when you're young...Porto's main square with Town Hall at the endGorgeous building on main square, near our hotelMonastery on the hill, closed to touristsMe at the Monastery with Porto in the background


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