Monte Prado Hotel & Spa
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Hot tub
TripAdvisor Reviews Monte Prado Hotel & Spa Melgaco
Travel Blogs from Melgaco
... meal, and we both chose the traditional bacalha (Portuguese salt cod), which true to its name was salty to our palate, though still quite flaky and moist, but later that night we woke up with raging thirsts! Will give that one a miss next time I see it on the menu. What the site lacks in facilities for the discerning caravanner, it makes up for in its staff. They are friendly and most speak good English. So it was to the Russian receptionist who we turned to seek ...
... of different wines and work out which you want to buy to take home, then the supermarket is quicker and cheaper!
Next stop a campsite out on the other side of the bay. This area is called Rķas Baixas because of all the inlets.
Now we are in July everywhere by the coast it is a lot busier. We have not been booking sites in advance, but so far as long as you don't turn up too late, you will get in. We stayed in Limens for ...
... of antiques and bric a brac. It has an unusual method of taking guests luggage from their cars to their rooms. He is called Frederico. We lie and frazzle on the "panoramic" sunbeds at the top of the garden and have a swim. We have a beautiful homemade dinner on the outside terrace. I have octopus and Kathleen has "black" pork. Our waiter has a brother who has worked as a dentist in Aberdeen for the last seven years. My niece Susan is also an NHS Dentist in Aberdeen. Its a small ...
... and beaches. Some time I must come back to Porto and get a tram pass and spend a day going on every one of the old style cars. Up hills and weaving between 21 century traffic I was envious of the passengers within. We took the 3 for €19.00 tour, bus first then river trip and lastly port cellar tour and tasting in Cave Burmester.
The day was searing hot and the street taps are handy for re-filling water bottles.I think ...
... destination. When we get to choose our path, we should consider the benefits of the "river path" and only take the highway with it's traffic, noise and smell of diesel when there is absolutely no choice. The quality of the 'journey' may, in the end, be everything. If we are 'betrayed by destinations,' then the end may not be the point at all but how we get there. Here is another quote ...