Mira Sierra

Address: 37500 Ciudad-Rodrigo , Coimbra, Beiras, 6360, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 37500 Ciudad-Rodrigo , Coimbra.
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Travel Blogs from Coimbra

Walking tour of Porto and Churchill port tasting

A travel blog entry by janehudon on Jul 01, 2015

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This morning after a nice breakfast at our hotel we met our guide Orchidea, Orchid in English, for a walking tour of Porto. We walked through the the city visiting churches, the cathedral and the train station. Porto is a very hilly city so you are continually climbing and the descending. Some of the older streets are very narrow and all are cobblestone in the old historic part of the city. We also visited the Lello bookstore which was established ...

Yet another historic town

A travel blog entry by europeantour13 on May 22, 2015

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... foodie heaven. It was helped down with a crusty, still warm baguette.
We stopped in Rodrigo, just a short stroll from its Plaza Mayor where the Saturady market will reveal more treats. The market turned out to be a fizzer - cheap clothing and that sort of junk; but we did get 1/2 kg of lovely cherries for $1.60 at one ...

Coimbra - The Oxford of Portugal

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 01, 2015

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... and drinking and attending a Coimbra Fado show. Fado is a specifically
Portuguese art form that involves a singer with musical accompaniment, usually
a guitarist or two, and involves certain traditional songs as well as
improvisation. While the Lisbon version is as often performed by women as men,
in Coimbra it’s strictly a boys’ art form that relates to student lives and
loves in the university city. I find Fado to be very nice from what ...

Somehow This Entire Country is Uphill

A travel blog entry by awesomed on Nov 15, 2014

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... it was there. And let me tell you, it is exactly the same in Portugal as it is in the US - airy crust, greasy toppings, and melty, stringy cheese. A slice of heaven (pun intended).

While we were enjoying our Pizza Hut, Johannes joined us, and we continued our walk through the mall while the rain poured down outside. Zach suggested we go to the grocery store, because grocery stores in other countries are wonderful. You get to see ...

Portugal or Zombie Apocalypse?

A travel blog entry by spiderbobwebb on Nov 10, 2014

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... I left to find me some dinner. Unfortunately the place was closed, so I continued to the area of student accommodation and found a little pub for a burger and a beer.

When I got back to the hotel after dinner the guy in the front desk gave me a hard time after greeting him in Portuguese but then saying my room number in English, he then proceeded to teach me how to say my room number in Portuguese and told me there would be ...