CS Vintage House Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Babysitting service
- Outdoor pool
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... climbed out of the valley in the direction of Vila Nova de Paiva across a landscape not unlike Dartmoor, but perhaps with more trees and shrubbery, littered with huge rounded boulders. The satnav was suggesting the A24 motorway but we stuck to the excellent 'old' route which pretty much runs parallel, before stopping at Mezio for coffee and cake. Whilst at the counter, an American made himself known (probably spotted the registration plate on the car) and we learned ...
... flag one down and he pulled up immediately outside our caravan and opened the doors. I was welcomed with a smile, greeting and a handshake, passed comment on the beautiful Portuguese weather, before buying a long white loaf (no resemblance to the French baguette), he popped in an additional two large rolls. And the 'damage'? Just €1, but the moment was priceless and something which you never experience when your holiday ...
... highest possible honor from Wine Spectator (Jeff's self-admitted Bible). The winemaker had agreed to give us a tour and tasting at 11:00am. The winery told Jeff the drive from Coimbra would only be an hour, but according to our GPS, it would be an almost two-hour drive, so we agreed to meet for breakfast at 8:30 and leave NLT 9:00am. We were surprised when we checked the GPS the night before, and it gave the estimate two-hour travel time. I had used the ...
Our final exclusion in Portugal was to the Castelo Rodrigo the name of both the castle and village topped by Marofa Mountain. The area is renown for its almond groves and wild lavender fields
The castle is a living story of the centuries of struggling for an independent Portugal. In 1209 King Leon began its construction. Over the next four centuries the local lords pledged allegiance to Spain while the vision for Portugal remained steady. The palace that once ...
Woke at 6:45 a.m. still docked at isolated concrete dock in Pocinho just feet from the last lock on the Portuguese side of the Douro River. You can see the Spanish dock in Barca d’Alva that is less than 200 yards away. I would presume the strange overnight stop has something to do with docking fees or permits to enter different countries.
Today lunch included a delicious ...