HF Tuela Porto
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews HF Tuela Porto
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... for Lisbon in the morning, so we decided to eat an early dinner and head back to our hotel to pack and relax! Porto has been a great introduction to Portugal: welcoming, charming, and calmer than busy London. For a future trip, we would head inland to the Douro Valley as we have heard it is breathtaking. We have also learned that we need to know the Portuguese name and address of tourist sights before entering a taxi, as there is a slight language ...
... and so labour intensive. Picking and caring for grapes on almost vertical slopes is all done by hand.
We then did a 50 min cruise up the Duoro where there were more vineyards and family homes and estates. The only Port producing area in the world. Huge regulations and quality control as well as taxes in every shape or form. Very strict rules about how much they can export, sell produce etc. hence the wine production to fill in the gaps while the Port ...
... mistakes, the computer won't allow me to do what I want. Tonight we booked in to a modern hotel, very centrally situated With lovely big bright rooms. Ourhotels have always been lovely and all have been At least 5 star but it is nicety get into a really modern one with big bright bathrooms. Tonight's meal was interesting. We had a Melon Cream very pleasant , then Wehad Sautéed Pasta with ...
... 3-course/5 Euro plate, but the food was fatty and disappointing. However, that was the only bad thing we had.
The rolls and bread are probably the best I have ever had. The coffee is also phenomenal (http://portuguesecoffee.com/). The breakfast buffet at the hotel was incredible. They were very generous and we made sandwiches for lunch. Our welcome sangria was delicious and we vowed to copy it once home.
Down from the hostel was this grocery store with a front ...
... me as I took the picture thought I was a little crazy.
We walked up the On the way back to our hotel we saw the Estacao Sao Bento, an ornate railway station, was open. Inside the station the walls are covered with tiles showing historical events and the development of transportation.
Just as it started to rain we arrived back at the hotel. And we still have lots of time left in the day!