Termas da Curia Spa Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... the best way to order is to ask the chef or whomever greets us what will be good that day and going with that. Fortunately for us, it was squid, caught that morning! Another great meal! We hiked around some more, then decided to head back into town. They were going to spend one more night there and then head down to Lisbon, and I was heading off back to Porto. I said a hard goodbye as this was probably ...
... We went to a traditional Fago performance, which is a minimum of a 3 piece band. One person playing a classic guitar, one playing the Coimbra Fago guitar (which is a bulb shaped, 12 string guitar designed here in Coimbra, for this music), & one singing. This music is only played by males who either are or have attended the university here & was traditionally sung by a man to the woman who he loved. Tonight we had a mix of love songs and more ...
... being a different clolour depending on what they are studying. After the walk we went to a local bar to have a few wines together before we went our separate ways for the evening. We met up with some of the crew at 8pm to go out for dinner. We found a cool wee place on the side of an alleyway, where we had an awesome meal of bruschetta (toast topped with things like salmon or sardines & cheese), stuffed mushrooms & mussels! It was a great night ...
... we crossed the Douro River which is spectacular. We spent some time driving around Porto to see all the sites and then spent some time wandering around buying souvenirs and eating lunch. The railway station is quite spectacular with its tiled interior. After lunch we visited Graham's Port House where we were given a guided tour plus tasting. We then returned to the hotel for ...
This is perfect! we started working for people who have been in Spain for 10 years. Then Olaf and Rosita who have set up their tipi business in the last four. Carlos and Catarina have planted the orchard and set up a vast veg garden in just 3 years. Now we've joined Simon in the Sierra de Estrella mountains. He's had the keys for his place for just 4 days! The house is made of giant granite boulders, red tile and is a simple loft above a kitchen ...