Melia Ria Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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I spent the day walking around and getting lost, but it is such a small place that I was never lost for long. The buildings and sidewalks are wonderful. The mall was hopping on this rainy Sunday and Christmas carols in English were playing, all the old favorites. Enjoy the photos. Tomorrow I head further south to Tomar by train. Love the trains because of the cheap price for seniors, but they are nice to. They often run through the countryside away from the ...
... great hostel with a private room for 24 euros, about $1.30 to one euro. This place had been a private house. The wood work in the dining room is very ornate and classy. The price includes breakfast and my bed made and clean towels. Breakfast was huge. Eggs and bacon, yougert, fruit, local bread, coffee and juice all served by a funny little man, Carlos. Last night I went out to dinner and had veal with mushrooms in a wonderful rich sauce. I have learned how to ...
... town. We have found that in most Iberian towns, faceless, modern neighbourhoods always surround a very attractive and active historical core. Aveiro is no exception.
Our first stop is the tourist office, where we are surprised to find that the visitors map will cost us €0.20. We cough up this princely sum and set out to explore. Almost immediately we are accosted by an attractive young lady who persuades us to sail on a ...
... across the water. I thought it was amazing until I went on my first Port wine tour because the first thing I learnt was that I don't like Port. That's saying it nicely, I hate Port. I hate it for two reasons. I hate sweet beverages and I've never liked brandy...Port is very sweet because they stop the fermentation of the wine after only three days and then they add brandy to the red ports. After my first sip I probably looked like ...
... the Camino de Santiago. Basically, a Pilgrims route from the border of France and Spain to Santiago Compostela, and upon arrival, you are issued with a scroll and this has been going on forever and ever. Now this has always been in my mind, first with pushbike, and since we walked Hadrian's Wall, to do it the traditional way, and walk the 800 K's. Finding a month was always going to be hard, so when ...