Quinta da Geia

Address: Largo do Terreiro do Fundo do Lugar, Oliveira do Hospital, Beiras, 3400-214, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Largo do Terreiro do Fundo do Lugar, Oliveira do Hospital, is near Museum of Bread.
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    Coimbra Portugal

    A travel blog entry by dcantin on Jul 25, 2015

    9 photos

    Breakfast at hotel in Batalha. We drove to Coimbra on highway, very hilly countryside with lots of trees, vineyards, corn, eucalysus, and olive tree fields/orchards. found hotel by train station and river. Very busy in area. Car was parked in underground lot by valet. Hotel Oslo was small, updated and clean. We walked along the river to Santa Cruz bridge over ...

    Coimbra Day 2

    A travel blog entry by halliday on Jul 07, 2015

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    ... to get ready for an included activity - a fado concert. A fado performance is unique to Coimbra and is a musical style "invented" by students at the university. It consists of a singer, or singers, and an ensemble of guitarists which includes a mandolin type instrument which is unique to Portugal, the Portugese guitar. The songs they sing are about leaving the university, serenades for girlfriends, freedom and liberty etc. Some are very famous and are ...


    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Jul 06, 2015

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    Very early on in our planning process, when we first divvied up planning responsibilities among the four adults, K set about booking us a "Fado experience" during our time in Portugal. For those who don't know -- and I was among them -- Fado is a traditional Portuguese style of song dating back a couple of hundred years. It is characterized as melancholy and, traditionally, the songs have been ballads based on stories of families being left behind ...


    A travel blog entry by jbtravel on Jul 04, 2015

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    ... we hired bikes to ride to the beach. Unfortunately Portos beaches are nothing on Australia's but on the plus side cocktails on the beach are cheap and like in Spain they pour spirits loosely freehand so cocktails were rocket fuel for the ride back to town. As like your typical tourists we did sights, got lost, got offered marijuana, spent too much and where overwhelmed by the smell of salted cod in supermarkets. Love B ...

    Coimbra University - Hogwarts to Potter

    A travel blog entry by ammerjerry on Jun 28, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    Leaving Obidos we saw our first cork trees. Cork, almond and olive trees became a familiar part of the landscape as we moved north to Coimbra.

    Coimbra was the birthplace of six Portuguese kings and the seat of Portugal’s oldest university. The Romans found the city of Ammonium and an important Moorish center. In 1064 Ferdinand the Great of Castile captured the city. As the Portuguese drove the Moors ...