Grande Hotel da Curia Golf & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... Why and how they built were they did baffles me. The little road we were on .. Well that Is Susy's fault ... Found a different way home, it wasn't much wider. The village of Piodao, lots of pictures ... They say it all. Interesting life for those that still dwell ...
... did I mention torrential rain. We are booked in for three nights at a Pousada, which is one of many historical buildings around Portugal, that have been converted into upscale hotels. This one is an old convent. Great mix of the old structures, with new woods. Rooms are excellent, and generally the service is awesome. Link to the web page that gets you access to the Pousada's ...
... 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 ...
... been used for smoking sausages by the thick black tar on the walls inside. The toilet is 'in the bush'. Showers are from a cup and bucket and the fridge is a nifty set up of a plastic crate of perishables cooled by a hose from the ever running stream that channels past the house. Its a matter of prioritising activities, and it's very step by step. Simon is highly resourceful and has already shopped for us volunteers, getting the tent, food ...