Grande Hotel de Luso

Rua Dr Cid de Oliveira 86, Luso, Beiras, 3050-210, Portugal | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Luso

A Portugese Cambridge

A travel blog entry by pwhalen

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... Not an inspiring title but tasty. Well, Pauls goat was absolutely delicious, and Margaret's cod and bread was like the Newfoundland fish an' brewis. Paul chose a red from the Douro region of Portugal which was a very good red, so all was well with the world. Rumour has it that Margaret "tasted" about half of Pauls goat on the first night, insisted they go back the next night so she could have her own, then promptly refused to share! She ...

From Portugal to Spain

A travel blog entry by slbrown17

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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 ...

Agatha Christie's Oasis in the Forest

A travel blog entry by friesendm

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... of the monarchy in 1910, the King's Swiss chef obtained permission to convert the palace into a hotel.

And that's where we come into the picture. We arrived in Bussaco Forest yesterday morning with our guide, Tiago, intent on reviewing the possibilities of a walk through the many trails of the forest. Immediately, however, we were drawn to the Palace Hotel, and were soon on a tour through its astounding halls and chambers, ...

Holy Mackerel, 7-Layered Petticoats, and Pastry!

A travel blog entry by friesendm

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... do!

Óbidos was our first stop, a medieval, mothballed town that enticed us in spite of the overcast skies. Like many delightful European towns, Óbidos was once bustling and prosperous, part of the wedding gifts given by Portuguese kings to their new queens. Things changed - the Spanish controlled Portugal for 60 difficult years in the late 16th and 17th centuries. Óbidos didn't recover until the advent of modern tourism, which placed high value on ...

2 Monasteries in 1 day

A travel blog entry by stef5353

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... altar and pulpit still intact. Another favourite in town seems to be Cherry Brandy with a little chocolate cake for 1 Euro. Our next stop is called Alcobaca, a little town with a large Monastery founded back in 1153 by the first Portuguese King Afonso Henriques. The church is very austere in contrast to the tombs of King Pedro I and his mistress Ines de Castro which are very ornate. After our visit to the church we ate ...

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