- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... Pedro drove me around and pointed out some of the most beautiful night views I have ever seen. The hills on either side of the river make it look like the buildings are stacked on top of each other, with row after row of lights. Shortly after, I headed back to the hotel to get some sleep and get to the airport early the next morning.
I got to the airport early to hit up ...
On our way back to Oviedo, we stopped in two little towns. Our first one was Aveiro, which is a town similar to Venice, Italy. There are canals through the town, with long boats that go down the canal. We honestly couldn't have come at a better time! There were two little markets that day, and lots of people were in the street and on the canal. The markets were really cute with homemade rugs, jewelry, breads, and soaps. We stopped in a ...
... naturally refused to export wine to England, so the next port of call was Porto, where wine was made using grapes that are grown on shale and grapes literally hang from stone walls, giving the grapes a unique taste. There was a problem though, the journey was too long and the wine went bad before reaching England. Until a priest came up with the idea of adding alcohol so it would survive the journey and that's how port came to be. The port of export was called ...
... we weren’t allowed to take photos. One of the highlights was the intricately carved granite columns and walls lining parts of the building as granite is a very difficult stone to work with. It matched or exceeded some of the best plaster work we’ve seen. The intricate, patterned wood floors – which were made using scrap wood from the rest of the construction - was spectacular. One wood table, with such detailed wood inlays it looks like it was ...
Arriving here in Aveiro, blue sky, temperatures high! Aahh, so much better than yesterday!
My hostel is really nice, smaller than in Lisbon, but same principle: you feel more visiting someone's house than being at the hotel! It is now half past seven in the evening, we are all sitting in the living room, the little girl of the house watches ballet on television, some people read, other are on ...