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Advantagessomewhere to visit for a bit of peace and tranquility

DisadvantagesOnce you have seen the sights not a lot to do

...Porto Santo is Madeira's neighbour - a sleepy island that hasn't changed for hundreds of years where there is very little to do but it does have one major asset, a long, golden sandy beach. I have always been intrigued by this small island mainly because it is stuck out miles away from anywhere in the Atlantic Ocean and also because the spoken language of its inhabitants is Portuguese. Having...

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AdvantagesA nice spot

DisadvantagesNot as touristy as some of the places appeared

...For those unfamiliar with Porto (sometimes known as Oporto), it is Portugal?s second city located to the north of the country. The city is a delight to wander despite its steep hills as I love the baroque houses and villas in the city centre which appear to stand atop of each other because of the slopes rising above the river Douro. Although it is on the coast, Porto?s main focal point...

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AdvantagesA nice restaurant

DisadvantagesWe probably chose the wrong things,

...Last time we visited Porto, to the north of Portugal, perhaps a decade ago we found the bars and restaurants to be rather traditional affairs; in the main the eateries were either clean, basic strip lighted places, or if they were upmarket then they would distinctly cater for the conservative diner with nice tables and cloth napkins. It seems that the outside world has had an impact on Porto...

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