Casa Santos Murteira

Address: Rua de Sao Pedro 68/70/72, Alcacovas, Alentejo, 7090041, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rua de Sao Pedro 68/70/72, Alcacovas, is near Blandy's Wine Lodge.
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Travel Blogs from Alcacovas

Porto: A Closer Look

A travel blog entry by thejoaquins on Jul 04, 2015

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... are covered in tiles. Some buildings have patterned tiles, while others have tiles that look like frescoes and tell a story. One of the more beautiful story tiles can be found in the Sao Bento rail station in central Porto. Here, tiles cover the ceilings nod walls and greet those that enter and leave the station. After walking the hilly, cobblestone covered streets for the better part of the day, we decided to relax, rest our weary feet, and take ...

Porto in the rain.

A travel blog entry by adventurebarbie on Nov 04, 2014

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... passed on the "mush of coagulated sheep blood". I didn't even want to think what that might have looked and tasted like. I went to the book store where J.K. Rawlings wrote one of the Harry Potter books. I don't have the name in front of me but will include it on my next blog because it is really worth looking up. They don't allow photos. It is very ornate.
Tomorrow I will go across the river and tour some of the port winery warehouses. So for now, Adventure ...

Destination: Lisbon

A travel blog entry by madintentions on May 29, 2014

This morning we checked out of our hostel in Porto and were on our way to the train station for the very last time on our trip. When we had checked the weather it said that it would be sunny out, but of course as soon as the hostel doors had locked behind us we were stuck out in the rain. Normally, I wouldn't have had a problem with this but I was wearing my new Spanish-made shoes and there was no way I was getting them soaked. I ...

A day off in Porto

A travel blog entry by larissajcroom on Sep 21, 2013

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It's really nice knowing I have several days to see the city, to relax and see the city in time rather than race around in a jam packed couple of days.

I joined everyone for breakfast and made plans with my Mexican room mates Adrian and Daniel, to go along the river on the trams and make up way up to the beaches. We eventually found the tram stop and shuddered along the very pretty river side until, almost at the end ...


A travel blog entry by kaytethegreat on Jul 07, 2013

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... houses that cling to the steep hills at the mouth of the Douro River. The Douro spills into the Atlantic making Porto the strategic city for exporting Portuguese goods to their allies in Britain. The city was both charming and shocking at the same time. We would round a bend and gasp at an ornate church or tile mosaic. Then we would head down a side street and immediately confront desperate poverty. There ...