Hotel Bracara Augusta
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... it, and at the end there is a cafe that her friend owns where we would meet her, well that was the plan. As always, we seem to get lost so we took with us plenty of maps and directions but within 5 minutes of walking we were unsure of which route to take. We took educated guesses and kept going, knowing at least we were in the right direction. The walk didn't have great views and it was raining and hailing down, which i quite enjoy, but not as much when you think your lost the ...
... to the supermarket to get a few things and she said she was going to buy me a box of wine so i could have that to myself. Problem solved. The wine is really nice actually and its 11% so gives me nice headaches in the morning. The evenings here are still quite dull, and as we are not allowed to download anything on her internet we are slowly running out of things to watch. With one more week left we are definitely going to come up with new ...
... taken to a Portuguese market whilst Attie went to her choir practise, and the market was small and boring. We walked around it like 5 times, with people behind the stalls kept talking to us but i have no idea what they were saying. We ended up buying a little baguette thing in a cafe just so we could sit down and use their wifi. We got back and started on the work. Attie had printed out a list for us of the things she wants done, ...
December 13, 2013
And a good day it was today . . . always exciting to accomplish the goal for the day while on vacation. Today, the challenge was to find the Castel de Faria.
We had a great night's sleep and awoke with energy and a ravenous appetite. Last night we tried some tapas but, alas, they were not exceptional by any definition. The hotel has the best breakfast we’ve had so far. Lots of choices and ...
... s meeting point (more on this later). From there, Hugo drove ahead as we followed in our car on a winding road through lovely, bucolic scenes of Minho up into Geres National Park - the only national park in Portugal. We parked Hugo's car on the side of the road, then drove together in our rental car through a lovely ancient forest to the Spanish border on a route that paralleled or overlaid an old Roman road.
This was an ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet