Belver Beta Porto Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... Bus drivers yelling and others saying hurry up, you can't park there. A zoo. A wonder I have any hair left. Costs 35€ a day (about $50 CAD) to park 2 blocks away, 4 floors underground. We have had amazing luck with our hotels on this trip. Lots of free upgrades. This one is also unbelievable. We have a huge room with a fantastic view of city and river. A large sitting area and two bathrooms. Yes, two. His and hers. See the pics. We had planned a trip up the Douro ...
... dining room with white tablecloths and a mirrored wall to enhance the feeling of space. We had a delicious lunch of portobello mushroom, grilled with herbs and cheese, then Bill had a finger of fried sole with polenta wedges and I had chicken stuffed with spinach and mozzarella. This had been preceded by olives, cheese sticks, bread and seasoned butter and lovely empanada-like pastries filled with creamed shrimp. Then we walked a few metres to the Majestic Café, which Magui ...
... disco ball, glowing lights and cool vibe in your hostel entrance at nite.
* Holy hilly city! Not for the unfit! I'm fit and you still gave me a workout!
* Some of the best restaurant service ever! Don't ever stop that!
* Dear Majestic Cafe, you get enough visitors, so there is no reason to rip off tourists with your prices!
* Most of your city is stunning, but I was amazed that much was in disrepair and falling apart. It looked a little third world.
... And the lady who sold us the Porto ticket did not bother to mention it. We could have doubled back to the connection station but then we'd miss our connecting train to Porto for sure. A student who overheard our dilemma suggested we'd take the metro at Rossio then transfer to the redline at Alameda. It was cutting it real close but we had a chance of making it.
The next 30 minutes went by in a blur. We ran through the crowds, ran ...
... at Barwon Heads and sitting on 13th beach during our lunch break. So we had the evening to check out the rest of Lagos...which is a relaxed, small town (really laid back), and get some healthy food in our lives. With that in mind - we are off for a morning run and then a bus this afternoon to Seville, Spain. Now the segment you've all been missing....cultural eating (as follows): Roquefort cheese Baguettes Eclairs Lemon tart French wine Macaroons Portuguese tarts Piri ...