Grande Hotel da Curia Golf & Spa
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Travel Blogs from Curia
... out on the night we were to be there but as it turned out the alternative was also fantastic ...we visited the Palace the next morning and it was very impressive perched high on the hill of the national park and the grounds were superb . In Luso the natural spring water flows out of spouts in the centre of town everyone fills there water bottles ,all the locals fill up gallons and gallons,we filled up our 375 mm bottles and headed out of ...
Today we woke at a reasonableish time and directed by Orson we left the house for Park Guell, a park and estate designed by Gaudi himself. Deejay stayed behind as she'd returned very late the night before from going out with Will and his friends. We decided to meet her at the beach at a certain time and went off on the journey there. The journey was elongated by a long walk up the stairs during which me and Orson were split from ...
... 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 ...
... conflicted with our wine tasting event at the Taylor port winery, so we will miss it. We walked around all afternoon on the streets of Porto. We went to Allados Avenue, which is a huge rectangle similar to Rossio square in Lisbon except much larger. We went to the old bookstore Livraria Lello, which reminds me of a Harry Potter movie set. We also visited one or two churches. But mostly, it was just aimless wandering and trying to experience the ...
... to Agueda afterward. The small town was having an umbrella festival, and they hung umbrellas of different colours along the length of a few streets. In addition to cooling the street down, it made everything very colorful. For dinner, we drove to Luso; a town just below Bussaco Palace. The town is famous for its water spring. There is even a place where people can freely fill up drinkable spring water. We went to a restaurant called Pedra de Sal. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Fitness/Health center