Montebelo Viseu Hotel & Spa
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Before relating details of our long excursion yesterday, a bit more about day-to-day life here at Camping Chave Grande. What sets this site above the level of many that we have used over the years is that our hosts, Lidia and Jorge go the extra mile in creating the best experience possible for their clients. Take Sunday, for instance, when we went to the evening buffet of Portuguese 'cold table' - a wide selection of delicious cold meats, cheeses, artisan bread, honey ...
... of helpful leaflets about the site facilities, places to visit and a programme of onsite activities. We spotted that that evening was the barbecue so quickly signed up for that which turned out to be a memorable occasion. From 6.30pm, guests were congregating on the open air terrace which was set out with long tables ready for Lidia and Jorge's welcome in several languages given the assembled diners. We were amongst fellow ...
... scenes of the stations of the cross and tributes to the Blessed Virgin, A month of festival celebrations that include torchlight processions, a fair and concerts ends on 8th of September. Hundreds of pilgrims climb the staircase to Nosse Senhora dos Remedios for favors from Mary. Many annual pilgrims crawl on their knees all 686 steps. (Hope they were knee pads).
The four of us decided to take the bus to the top of the hill and walk down the ...
... lot to Viseu. We check in to the Pousada de Viseu. Pousadas are the state owned equivalent of Paradors in Spain but they are commercially managed by a Hotel group called Pestana. This one is an old hospital which has recently been converted. We have a huge, corner room on the top floor. It has a large outside terrace along two sides with views over the gown and ...
... literally one step at a time. When we arrived at our destination today (Albergaria) we stepped into a restaurant to have some lunch. Who was sitting there... Tony and Sue - our Australian friends. What a delightful surprise. Of course we sat down and had an unexpected meal together before hopping in our taxi and being whisked back to Agueda. While waiting for our ride, Elise captured me sketching the old train station across the ...