Casa de Requeixo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Well after Every good day comes the bad. Awake half the night with She coughing, could take no more so arose at 6am Jimmy got out his trusty torch and of course we got lost! Nice chap got us on track. 5 hours later, 3 of them uphill found a nice Cafe ordered food, Sheila passed out. Not funny, This time she came round before ambulance was sent for and proprietor informed us hostel ...
... As we crossed our waiter, menu in hand kindly advised us of the malfunction and we were putty in his hands. We then visited the Municipal Museum with a wonderful display of 16-18 century furniture hand painted porcelain, tiles and art works. We were going to follow this by a visit to the costume museum but I wasn't feeling that well and we decided to head back on the earlier train. When we arrived back ...
... a wonderful lady who walked a kilometre to show the stupid pair the way as they got us lost again! Along cobbled paths with nice scenery arrived at Pedra Furada - people's go there soup to die for and Antonio a font of info gave us maps recommended hotels on the way, I wanted to stay but they forced me onwards to Barcelos. More foot hurting cobbles for miles, we also figured Portuguese drivers play ...
Jumped on the Metro out of Porto, as usual dummy's got it wrong Ex means express did not stop, hence had to come back 1 hour messing on the Metro. Today we have SUN and really nice walking, rivers, animals, trees joy of joys. Staying tonight at a beautiful old Quinta in the countryside. It has a swimming ...
The Lavaderia was our first stop this morning on our way to the bus stop, as clean cloths were becoming somewhat of a scarce commodity. We then worked our way to the local bus stop for a trip to Bom Jesus. All we knew about this tourist attraction was that there were a lot of stairs (585 steps to be precise) and a water powered funicular which was 200 yrs old. At the end of each flight if steps was an edifice depicting ...