Yes, I did say Free Things To Do in Porto with kids! We had a wonderful time visiting Porto, Portugal (aka Oporto). It was so thrilling to find so many free activities for the kids, we thought we would dedicate an entire post just to that. I am sure there are more free things to do […]
Planning on driving in Portugal? Well, we have a few tips to help you out. First we will thrill you with our story and you will find some resourceful information at the end.
We’ve written and consulted quite a bit about U.S. citizens retiring to Spain. Recently, due to a lot of positive press, more and more people are asking us about the process of moving to Portugal and residency in Portugal. This post will take a 30,000 foot (9144 meter) view of the process. The great news
With any family Summer road trip you will without a doubt have a pit stop. I thought it would be fun to compare our typical pit stop choices in USA, Spain, Portugal and Italy. These are typical for our family, so please feel free to share what it is like for you.
This is our second day touring around Porto and we had so much fun. Continue with us on our journey, if you missed the beginning check out “A Must Do When Visiting Porto Portugal – Day 1”
Picture this…You’ve traveled to the city of Porto Portugal. Maybe you’ve done a lot of research, and you know exactly where you want to go, what you want to see, and how you’re going to get there. Or, perhaps there is so much to choose from that you get overwhelmed. The psychology of dealing with
Our final day in Portugal meant packing up and heading out. Traveling in general is a bit more complicated than usual because we all have to make sure we pack all of our equipment (cables, cords, etc.). It’s further complicated because we need to remember those power converter doohickeys. They tend to blend into the
Our last day in Lisbon and it was raining off and on, with 80% chance of rain for the day. We decided to play it a bit safe and be near “indoor” activities if needed.
Following our morning tour of The José Maria da Fonseca Winery, we were off to Lisbon. We crossed one of the bridges (Ponte 25 de Abril) into Lisbon. It was an instant reminder of San Francisco for all of us. As mentioned in a previous post, we didn’t have navigation or a map to help us