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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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This morning we were treated to another wonderful hosted breakfast waited upon by our most gracious host Augusta. We also met two other guests Christina and Clarina from France. We all decided to follow our hosts suggested program for the day which commenced with a train trip further up stream to Pinhao. The line followed the river bounded by terraced vineyards in autumn hues. We arrived at the train station and discovered more tiled murals. ...
Today we departed early to catch our cruise up the Douro River to Regua. The Douro Valley is well known as a wine growing area. It was threatening rain but fortunately it held off until we were aboard. It then rained on and off for the rest of the day, but the boat was cosy and comfortable. We arrived with plenty of time before departure and while waiting met a great couple who had just completed The Camino Frances, Jennifer and Bob. We spent the rest of the day sharing ...
... Baroque style, no corridors and perfect symmetry. Continuing on to the Pinhao region we reach Quinta de Avessada for dinner. We are greeted by Fado music makers and Mr. Bean, the owner. Sipping his wine, nibbling on bread with maramalada and/or cheese we watch the sun set in this wondrous valley. Local and simple food is served, sausages, pork, cabbage and bean soup, chicken , then a herd mentality as dessert is announced. Sleepy bus as we meet our boat in ...
It was harvest time and we were lucky that they just arrived with the grapes during our wine tasting at our quinta. Afterwards we drove around to visit orther estates and just enjoyed the beautiful scenery. The evening we had a lovely dinner at our ...
... the plaza below. A few slow walkers asked us if they could climb with us. They seem to have managed the steps better than we did.
A cafe near the fountain in the plaza provided us with an opportunity for beer and port. Several fellow travelers were all excited that the square had the cleanest best w/c so far in our adventure. It still did not have a toilet seat. Steve and Jim than gave in to sitting in the shade and waiting for our tour bus to ...