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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Lamego
Hotel confortável e tranquilo, ideal para descansar um fim de semana, e aproveitar para visitar a bonita cidade de Lamego, e arredores.
Quartos e casas de banho muito espaçosos, só existiu um único senão relativamente aos quartos, a televisão não funcionava bem nos canais portugueses.
A piscina exterior é razoável (é pouco funda), a piscina interior, jacuzzi, sauna e banho turco são satisfatórios.
O serviço de restaurante, é pouco satisfatório, para não dizer que é realmente fraco. É lento, muito lento, demorámos nas duas noites em que aí estivemos, sempre cerca de 2 horas a jantar, as entradas demoraram cerca de 1 hora a ser servidas. Não sei se foi por termos ficado hospedados através de Voucher do programa Odisseias, que o serviço foi pior. Relativamente à comida a escolha do menu, é pouco satisfatória nos pratos principais, relativamente às entradas recomendo as sopas, que realmente são o melhor de toda a refeição, saliento também a tarte de natas de sobremesa que estava deliciosa.
O pequeno-almoço é variado e satisfatório, mas para um hotel de 4 estrelas, a variedade das comidas quentes deveria ser maior e melhor confeccionada.
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I have to say i am very impressed with the scenery we are getting to see on our rides. Today was a fairly easy day, just one climb, We covered 90k, in 3:16 of riding time, with and average speed of 27.55. :) maxed out at 62 ... Myself and another rider Neil set out about 15 minutes before everyone else (Leslie and Ann hoped a ride to the summit of today's climb) . Neil and I thought we would get caught before the summit, and I was, he got an Ego Boost when we saw the ...
... river by boat. This in itself was a fabulous thing too. Again, the scenery was amazing and there was ************e there. The area we cruised has no direct roads to access the farms so the area isn't terribly built up. There were old ruined buildings, a few holiday houses and ski boats along with the odd train chugging along the old rocky tracks, but the rest was serenity. We could of easily stayed on board and cruised all day but there was only one ...
... help paint the picture of the long lines of continuous terraces that cover the steep hills. The older terraces go across the hillsides, on the more recent terraces the grapes are planted down the slopes, allowing small tractor access. All this leads to patch work like patterns across slopes and valleys above the river. The grapes grow in schist which is very rocky. We explored the area along the river by train from Pinhao to Pocinho, by rabelo, ...
... portions were so large that we thought we each of us was getting a meal for two. The food was simple but good. When the check came it turned out that the meals were for one – very large portion for one person.
The drive up the Douro River was very pleasant. As we got to the wine country, the terraced vineyards were really amazing. The hills are very steep and have been terraced over many centuries. Our destination was Quinta de La Rosa. ...
... some 4000 vintners of Portuguese wine and port. The WOW factor is the landscape in the area. Picture a river with high hills on either side of the river, completely covered with grapes growing on man-made terraces (many with walls made of slate to create a terrace) all the way to the top of the hill. I mean as far as the eye can see there is nothing but grape vines, with olive tree groves interspered among them. The pictures you see ...