Holiday Inn Porto Gaia

Address: Rua Diogo de Macedo, 220, Vila Nova de Gaia, Northern Portugal, 4400-107, Portugal | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Rua Diogo de Macedo, 220, Vila Nova de Gaia, is near Porto Cathedral (Se Catedral), Taylor's Port, Porto Sandeman, and Ferreira.
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    A travel blog entry by mike_nikki on Aug 09, 2015

    1 comment, 15 photos

    We boarded our ship!!!
    small but nicely laid out..except for the SMALL bsthroon! Had to squat to shave me legs!,,

    aug 10 - we had a laid back day..just cruising today!

    aug. 11 - morning of sailing, then in the afternoon, a trip to Castelo Rodrigo..11th century church, a place for pilgrims to stop at. And a not so great wine tasting!,, but we persevered!

    trouble trying to upload pictures,...will try later if a better wifi connection :(


    Vila Nova de Gaia - Paradise of Port Wine

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 28, 2015

    75 photos

    ... tasting rooms not at their
    wineries near where the grapes are grown but at a specific area on the
    waterfront in San Francisco.

    I continued on to Vasconcellos for a few more tastes, and
    then on to Quevedo for a few more. I should point out that all the port houses
    charge for their tasting, but “tastes” of their ports are 2 Euros each or 3 tastes
    for 5 Euros and are full servings that you might get if you ordered ...

    The Alentejo Part 2

    A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Oct 19, 2014

    45 photos

    ... Nos ossos que aqui estamos pelos vossos esperamos' or 'We bones who are here, await yours'. You walk into a vaulted chapel entirely lined with the tibias, fibias and skulls of about 2000 monks, give or take a femur or two. It's not creepy, but it is arresting. You don't so much ponder your own place in the wall, but project yourself into the lives of those whose remains do. Kerry found it disturbing, evoking images of 20th century atrocities. More breathtaking in ...


    A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 30, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... of churches. I appreciate every one of them for their architecture, the art within, the history, but boy oh boy it is obvious there is a lot of wealth within the walls.

    Porto's railway station was built on the site of an earlier Monastery in 1916. The interior is covered with the tiles, hand painted, and depict early modes of transportation, rural festivities and some historic scenes. This was an interesting building to walk through and watch the trains come in ...

    Chapter Fourteen - From Salamanca to Porto

    A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Jul 02, 2013

    3 comments, 20 photos

    ... highway to Porto, we notice a sign behind us indicating N227. Better late than never, I suppose.

    It’s now six, and we hit rush hour in Porto. We are zooming around the circular road attempting to find our exit. Nothing. Deciding to leave the autovia anyway, we locate our position on our Porto street map (which fortuitously we had found stuffed under the front seat, obviously forgotten by the last occupants). ...