For our 3 year anniversary, Paul and I traveled north to Porto, Portugal- the only place in the world where Port is from. Previous to our trip to Portugal, neither of us had ever tasted Port, but while living in Portugal we were able to try different types of Port, Portuguese red wines, and Portugese green wines (one of my favorites). Originally, we were supposed to do a movie premiere in Leon, Spain on my birthday and our Valentine’s Day was spent on a plane so we decided to treat ourselves to the luxurious hotel, The Yeatman. (the premiere was canceled so birthday plans are TBD!) This was by far the nicest looking hotel I have ever stayed in. If you could picture the ideal destination wedding location, it would be this hotel. Its built into the hill overlooking the city of Porto and every room has a view of the city. The indoor and outdoor pools are infinity style and the indoor pool is in the perfect heated room to view the sunset in the winter (speaking from experience!). Next to the hotel was Taylor’s Port, the oldest Port house in Portugal that is still family run. We had the best meal of our European trip and one of the best meals of our lives at this restaurant. Unfortunately, they didn’t sell wine by the glass, only by half bottles. Paul and I like different types of wine, resulting in each of us getting our own bottles. Needless to say, we did not remember to take any picture by the end of the night but the restaurant was the most beautiful restaurant I have ever been to, like a wood and stone lodge you would see in Vail or Aspen, Colorado but with glass walls overlooking the city, terraces for the summer overlooking the city, and there was also incredible service. The next day we took a Port tour and before even eating breakfast, we began our day with Port. It was so fascinating and we learned a lot, but there is much more to learn and we look forward to doing more vineyard tours in the future and learning about the entire process. After walking around the city for an hour or so we headed back to Lisbon. In short, it was the PERFECT anniversary.