Hotel Turismo de Tabua

Rua Prof. Dr. Caeiro da Matta, Tabua, Beiras, 3420 - 335, Portugal | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tabua

A Portugese Cambridge

A travel blog entry by pwhalen


... t into goat, or bones when eating out, devoured the lot and licked every bone clean!!! Fortunately Paul was enjoying the cod and bread, comparing it to the fish an brewis that Gerald cooks, and it compared quite favourably. Paul, on a roll here, found another exquisite red to accompany dinner.

While on food, must mention a restorative afternoon snack we had one afternoon in the plaza. The sun was coming out, clarinet ...

Agatha Christie's Oasis in the Forest

A travel blog entry by friesendm


... This area of Portugal suffered a phenomenal storm in January of this year, and the number of huge fallen trees was alarming. We'd heard the same story in Sintra, learning there that it was like an "American tornado" with wind shear that snapped trees several feet in width. Nelson shared a continual stream of information: the forest is at the confluence of the Atlantic and Mediterranean ecosystems and weather, which accounts for some of ...

Holy Mackerel, 7-Layered Petticoats, and Pastry!

A travel blog entry by friesendm


... adept with American euphemisms and idioms.

Our final stop was Coimbra, a historic town that is home to Portugal's first university, dating from the 13th century. We dropped our car at our hotel, and walked into town, passing, along the way, an even older church that inters the remains of Portugal's first two kings. One of the fascinating things about Portugal to a history lover like me is that it threw off the yoke of the occupying Moors (muslims ...

2 Monasteries in 1 day

A travel blog entry by stef5353


... John I of Portugal (the founder of the monastery) and his English wife, Philippa of Lancaster. The church is honey coloured and seems to have no focal point like a bell tower. The Unfinished Chapels I thought look very impressive even without a roof. It's quite odd when you walk through the Monastery and next you have soldiers doing their funny walk (not as good as John Cleese)relieving each other at the tomb of the ...


A travel blog entry by larissajcroom


After our time in Lisbon, we were really finding that Coimbra lacked the charm and vibe of the capital. We plotted out route for the morning, visiting the cathedral, markets and main town in under an hour. We did do well at the markets picking up items for lunch for only 60 Euro cents each, which we added to with a little stop at the supermarket.

We wound our way up past the hostel to the University, an impressive collection of buildings. We had hoped to ...


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