Hotelaria do Alboi

Rua da Liberdade, 10, Aveiro, Beiras, 3810-126, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rua da Liberdade, 10, Aveiro.
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Travel Blogs from Aveiro

Porto, Grande Dame of the Douro

A travel blog entry by triciasblog on Sep 08, 2014

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... pigs roaming around eating the nuts. On arrival in Porto 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. After lunch we visited Graham's Port House where we were given a guided tour plus tasting. We then returned to the hotel for ...

The importance of preparation

A travel blog entry by travelmariposa on Sep 07, 2014

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... that my shoes may not make it. Also, my bank account is not prepared for a rainy day... so hopefully this Camino prepares us for what may come later in life. We were open to a pregnancy in April but were not prepared for it. I am not prepared for a baby now but I am still open to it. Yesterday Alfonso and I had an open and honest conversation about how we felt, the upcoming journey on the Camino and life thereafter. I ...

Chapter Eighteen - Seaside and Park

A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Jul 09, 2013

2 comments, 33 photos

... art museum was once the home of wealthy Portuguese businessmen. Times change and in the late fifties the property, with a spectacular Art Deco mansion, is sold to the state, which in 1987 added the museum and now maintains the area.

We are not great fans of contemporary art, but as we’ve paid €7 to visit the museum and park, we are determined to get our money’s worth. After looking intensely at ...


A travel blog entry by cheenosineurope on Dec 28, 2012

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... Finished on the Cais de Ribeira by the Ponte de Luis I, designed by Gustav Eiffel's partner. Trekked up to the remains of the city walls for a better view of the valley and then continued back into the centre for lunch at a worker's cafe called Almada. Had cheap but not exactly fresh codfish served with chickpeas and ...

Little Venice

A travel blog entry by kim_puravida on Jul 03, 2012

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I left the typical British summer, which involved rain so hard that I needed to use my fog lights whilst on the motorway, behind as I boarded the Ryanair flight to Porto, Portugal to be reunited with AJ, the erasmus student-turned-basketball saviour-turned-bestie that moved to Southampton in February... soon to be joined by Michelle (who has already featured in my Travelpod, Denmark and South America- where ...