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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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... cold beer. Nate if your are reading this, please add the picture our send it to me ! Tomorrow we have a choice, boat ride up the Douro river, or ride to our next stop in Terreiro. About half doing either, I'm riding, Leslie is boating. It's our "leg breaker day". Not sure what the issue is , only 90k, and 1650m in climbing. Lots of ups and downs, the climbs are shorter than we have had, just steeper. Hummm .... Will let you know how it goes ... No beer, mid ride .... ...
... ceiling billiard room, reading the paper over our long Portugeuse breakfast and then lazing around the pool during the day. Magic. And all this came to a grand total of €50- amazing! The call for less travelling and more beach was calling. Sweeter than a whole Wynne Christmas of port with all of Grandmas soaked raisins in between, we rolled out of the valley heading south for the beaches of Algarve with a pit stop of Coimbra and Lisbon in between. Or so we ...
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Today we had to leave Porto and our fabulous Porto Pousada. Left early (9:30 AM) with our newly 'repaired" Garmin GPS. You may remember that the car we rented in Lisbon the air conditioner did not work. So we are off the get a car with a working air conditioner. We entered: "Avis offices” in the Garmin and selected one 2.5 K from us downtown. Debated going to the airport but what the heck. Horrific morning traffic with the old girl ...
... 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 ...