Pensao Grande Oceano

Address: Rue de Fabrica 45, Porto, Northern Portugal, 4050 -247, Portugal | Hotel
 
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      Barcelos

      A travel blog entry by where_we_walk on Feb 05, 2015

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      ... town. Beautiful centre town with lots of park area and a huge outdoor market. Had a discussion on politic with a local, found our albergue and then walked around the city. Had a private room with a nice heater in the room. The rest of the place is like a ...

      Day one, Porto

      A travel blog entry by where_we_walk on Feb 01, 2015

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      ... to catch it. Jumped on board and the train was moving before we got our seats. Once in Porto we got disoriented and needed a local to held us find our street. Took a break in our room and then headed out to explore . Came back after having supper and got some sleep. Got 13 hours of ...

      Portugal is more than just Port!!!

      A travel blog entry by jimbeaux on Sep 08, 2014

      1 comment

      ... that it would not rain! It didn’t. Whew….but BOY was it humid and oh so HOT!!!

      Portugal is known for its tiles. The facades of the buildings are covered from ground to roof with these elegant tiles. Each building has its own tile reflecting the owner’s whims or family history. So quaint. Oporto is bisected by a river, with old town on one side, and the wine industry on the other. This industry is, of course, Port. ...

      5 days Camino Portuguese

      A travel blog entry by joatkinson on Jun 30, 2014

      10 photos

      ... some not so amazing, cafés on the beach, fishing boats and traditional fisherman sheds. Walked past Roman salt tanks, Iron Age settlements and finally crossed the River to the quaint town of Vila do Conde where I immediately found the tourist office for our well-earned stamp for the pilgrims passport. After realising our bodies were suffering from the pounding of the boardwalks/sand and Vicki ending up with totally blistered feet, we went for a gentle stroll and found ...

      Visiting the birthplace of Portugal

      A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Jun 18, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... the trip.

      There was no group meal planned for the evening so we used it as an opportunity to venture in Porto in search of an authentic Portuguese restaurant that served a special recipe that Ron remembers his mother making. It was made of pork, potatoes, clams and coriander. The addition of clams were a surprise. After searching the guide books, asking the local guides, and making a few phone calls we found a restaurant on the river ...