Sol Povoa Hotel

Address: Rua José Morneiro, 100, Póvoa de Varzim, Northern Portugal, 4490-100, Portugal | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rua José Morneiro, 100, Póvoa de Varzim, is near River Douro.
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    Travel Blogs from Póvoa de Varzim

    Porto: A Closer Look

    A travel blog entry by thejoaquins on Jul 04, 2015

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    ... adjacent to a church that sits upon the highest hill in Porto. Built in 1732, the church and tower are constructed in traditional Baroque architecture and a beautiful landmark seen from about every vantage point in Porto. In centuries past, the tower served as a watch and defense tower. The tower has some 240 narrow and winding steps that you can climb to a narrow, circular viewing deck. The climb is slightly treacherous and people heading up must ...

    The Wine Trail

    A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Oct 01, 2014

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    ... churches and quirky buildings. We had some surprise that mother nature was "taking back" many buildings in the centre of the old city both residential and commercial. Churches and the like are preserved but the city is moving on. Its been like that for centuries.
    Really enjoyed the tour of the Calem Port company. The tasting at the end produced surprise results. The product was absolutely beautiful. So good in fact that Penny bought a bottle. We went ...

    Tawny and Ruby in Porto

    A travel blog entry by k_tworldtravels on Nov 13, 2013

    50 photos

    ... is separated by the Douro River. Porto lies on the North side of the river and Gaia lies on the South, but together are referred to as Porto. The city is full of cafés, art galleries, barbershops, antique shops and markets. You will find street vendors on every other corner serving up roasted chestnuts (which we have yet to try). You will also find a lot of closed or abandoned shops even in the heart of downtown. We read that it's best to look past the surface to find the ...

    Resting Day Porto

    A travel blog entry by simons.maarten on Jul 30, 2013

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    ... top of it all and serve it with fries. Impressive stuff!

    I think of myself as a veteran hiker by now, so what happens... I walk myself blisters on my resting day. Ridiculous!

    And who do I meet totally random in the hostel? The neighbourhood kid I used to play with when I was little. Well, he's not a kid anymore. His girlfriend lived in the same street that I grew up. It's a small world...
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    And now for Portugal

    A travel blog entry by philmillard on Sep 20, 2012

    17 photos

    Hi another day another country,
    14/9 we decided as we were 4 days up on the itinerery to have a day off in camarinas, tom went for a walk and we chilled, we all met for a lovely tapas lunch and then had another spanish favourite the siesta
    in the evening we sat by the water and had a few beers and riojas (again)
    15/9 we got up early and sailed with the ghoster up at upto 8kts southwesterly and then headed around cape finisterre seeing ...