On our way to Porto, we stopped at a small village to visit this bread maker, who once was a maid in the house of the dictator Salazar. In her mind, Salazar was a father figure and gave her an opportunity to go to school. No one can say any other individual is 100% good or bad, it all depends on each's experience I guess. The freshly baked bread only tasted so-so.
I found a statue of Salazer in Porto and in Guimaraes. He was a university professor before he was invited to become a politician, and later a dictator. Below is a statue of him in Guimaraes:
Porto is to be experienced on site in person!! The following pictures only showed some glimpses of the old city. Almost at every turn you see a UNESCO sign.
Take bus 500, with 1.95 Euro you can ride along the waterfront northbound and come to the mouth of the river meeting the Atlantic ocean.
Inside the parliament/stock market
We also visited the Art Museum, where a number of exhibits of Anish Kapoor's model were shown.
View from our hotel, and charcoal picture in our hotel lobby: