Estalagem do Morgado

Barragem da Venda Nova, Montalegre, Northern Portugal, 5470-504, Portugal | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Barragem da Venda Nova, Montalegre.
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Travel Blogs from Montalegre

Killing time

A travel blog entry by mattd7 on Jan 20, 2014

... people stood around drinking wine and eating bread. They had trucks full of red wine and bread and they were just handing them out to everyone for free. People were taking bottles and filling them up and putting them in their bags, same with the bread. Saving them for a rainy day i guess. A small band played a little bit of music, with accordions which was ok, but grew old quickly and so we left. 3 days until the next place and so we gotta think of things to do to pass the time. ...

Rain, rain, go away!

A travel blog entry by mattd7 on Jan 16, 2014

So you will be glad to hear i got my wine! In fact, an hour after i wrote my last blog entry we went for a trip down to a small town, where they were having a traditional portuguese market. The market turned out to be pretty small and **** to be honest. Lots of bad clothes and and random odd things. One stall had cakes and chocolate donuts i came close to buying but thats about it. After wasting time waiting for Attie to finish with her choir then ...

In the Portuguese mountains

A travel blog entry by mattd7 on Jan 13, 2014

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After all our travelling through Spain down to Portugal we finally reached our destination where we were picked up by our next work away host, Attie. A dutch lady who has been living in Portugal around 9 years running a small bed and breakfast and renting other properties to holiday makers. We take a car journey to her house but it was night by then so couldn't see much. She seems very talkative and nice. We arrive to be greeted by ...

Romans, Waterfalls, & Lost Villages of Geres

A travel blog entry by friesendm on Nov 09, 2013

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... amazing! Local breads, olives, and smoked meats were the starters. Joao's own white, Vino Verde wine was served with the food, and a red version of it with the dessert.

The conversation with Hugo and Patricia was stimulating and educational, igniting our fascination with the north that continues. The Minho region we're in has ethnic roots in the Celtic cultures of the pre-Roman era. These people consider themselves more linked with ...

Daytrip to the towns of Guimarães and Amarante

A travel blog entry by cecilia74 on Oct 29, 2013

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... but more just houses scattered everywhere in the countryside.
We walked around the small but very beautiful center and along the river and visited a church, and had some drinks here and there. The last cafe also felt like a trip 30 years back in time with oldskool decor and staff.

We had a plan of driving back to Porto along the Douro river but it was already getting dark, so we took the faster highway after all.


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