Curia Palace Hotel Spa & Golf Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we crossed the Douro River which is spectacular. We spent some time driving around Porto to see all the sites and then spent some time wandering around buying souvenirs and eating lunch. The railway station is quite spectacular with its tiled interior. After lunch we visited Graham's Port House where we were given a guided tour plus tasting. We then returned to the hotel for ...
... us in a suit yes perfectly attired probably early to mid seventies at a guess silver hair ,fair English albeit broken ....the room was large old fashioned furniture antique but comfortable ,large window with a view over the countryside ,. We showered and went for a walk to find a place for dinner ,only 3 cafés in the town so we didn't think that would take long. Pizza or local Portugese were the first 2 ,then the third was an a la ...
... in Vide. We have cleared several of the overgrown steps, Ol has skimmed swathes of grass and bramble to make clearer pathways across each terrace. He has an very intrepid determination to uncover every corner of the 11 hectare plot, and slashes at what seem like impenetrable thickets with the long armed scythe, to uncover further water channels and grassy slopes. He's enjoying 'reading' the land, trying to imagine the flow of water, location ...
... your hire car being damaged swept over me, great!! With Pito alongside we surveyed the damage- someone had smashed the right triangle window then pulled the backseat down to see what was for taking in the boot. We had somethings in there- sleeping bags, towels, first aid and medicine kit etc but all appeared to be accounted for and present. The main issue was the smashed window and the trail of blood they left behind. And, it was a hire car. In Portugal. From a Spanish company. ...
... After that we into the old part of town and climbed the stairs on little streets up to the university which is huge and beautiful. We visited the parts that were accessible for the public which took us at least an hour. Than we walked down and went for a walk into the tiny streets with lots of small shops, had a drink on a terrace of a beautiful old café and walked around some more until we had some dinner on a nice square quite hidden. It was really ...