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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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... of helpful leaflets about the site facilities, places to visit and a programme of onsite activities. We spotted that that evening was the barbecue so quickly signed up for that which turned out to be a memorable occasion. From 6.30pm, guests were congregating on the open air terrace which was set out with long tables ready for Lidia and Jorge's welcome in several languages given the assembled diners. We were amongst fellow ...
... to walk up the 600+ stairs to the church for penance, we did not see the need for that so we took the bus up and walked down. I feel just as rewarded.
After lunch back at the Isabel, we were bussed to the Palace of Mateus, yes the maker of Mateus Rosť that we knew from long ago. It is still family owned. We toured the palace and the gardens, many are topiary.
Back on the bus to Quinta da Avessada vineyard for dinner high on a plateau at 600 metres. ...
Yesterday at 14:00 we cast off and began our sail up the Douro River. The Valley was closed to shipping from 1964 to 1985 for the construction of 5 dams and locks to make the river more navigable. Now cargo as well passenger vessels like ours sale on the River. One of the photos today will be the first of the 5 locks we use to go up River.
Houses and small villages dot the hillsides. There are also many terraces on ...
... on the patio over looking the river enjoying the fresh breeze and the scenery. Just as we were called to supper a river cruise boat was making its way up river. We had a private four course supper - cheeses, sausages, bread & port followed by carrot soup (Basil you would have loved the soup as it was steaming hot!!) next up was the main course - pork cooked in Olive oil, oranges and a ...
... to visit the Quinta do Pesseguiro winery. This winery is owned by a French fashion guy, who has way too much money. He has built this ultra modern little winery which I reckon would have cost him $5 or $6 Million. It doesn't have any pumps - everything works by gravity. The winery has 3 lifts, so if wine needs to be transferred to another tank it's simply drained into a square tank, put in the lift and taken to an upper floor ...