Hotel Pantanha Apartamentos
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... based - the joys of caravanning. He carries a few other lines such as milk, eggs and cheese so I shall stock up before we leave. As indicated on the information sheet, we drove out to the Saturday morning market at Lamas, a small town but not as we know it in the UK. The stalls included shoes, clothing, hardware, and all sorts of foods, but we bought just fruit and veg for the next few days as we have another camp supper tomorrow ...
... lot to Viseu. We check in to the Pousada de Viseu. Pousadas are the state owned equivalent of Paradors in Spain but they are commercially managed by a Hotel group called Pestana. This one is an old hospital which has recently been converted. We have a huge, corner room on the top floor. It has a large outside terrace along two sides with views over the gown and ...
... it before we go on. As I have explained, the Camino goes by road, lane, track, path and is constantly weaving around major roads and throughways. We are so grateful for the organization that is responsible for determining the maze of the Camino and painting the yellow arrows. Without them we would be completely lost and we would have enormous difficulty finding the route.
Finally, on our walk today, we decided to memorize one ...
After breakfast we decided to take a 2 hour boat cruise on the Douro River. Another wise choice! Stunning scenery - the vineyards seem to start at the waters edge and disappear up into the sky. A wine house on every corner. On disembarking we ventured into the village and bought some goodies for lunch. We figured that if we keep eating at restaurants every day for lunch we'll be paying excess baggage on the trip home! So a fare of bread rolls, olives, ham and cheese ( and a ...
... morning!" and "Good journey!"). The people are friendly, engaging and try to carry on a conversation. We stopped for coffee in the little village of Trouxemil and the lady worked diligently to ask where we were from, where did we start and were we going to Santiago. We finally learned the phrase to ask for a ham and cheese sandwich which has made our lives infinitely better. ("Tem sandes mista con fiambre y quesjo.") Even when I say it, they don't understand my pronunciation ...