Nova Estrela da Noite

Address: Rua ferreira cardoso, 24, Porto, Northern Portugal, 4300, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rua ferreira cardoso, 24, Porto, is near Clerigos Tower (Torre dos Clerigos), Porto Cathedral (Se Catedral), Taylor's Port, and Porto Sandeman.
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Last Stop

A travel blog entry by shelbym5 on Dec 24, 2014

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... The ingredients of this sandwich are: wet-cured ham, linguica, more sausage, steak, two slices of thick white bread, covered in cheese, a famous Francesinha sauce and surrounded by french fries. We intended to order one to share, but were misunderstood and we each got one. I am a vegetarian but put that aside as I considered this a "life moment". It was tasty for sure, but not something I would have again. Especially considering I had ...

Porto - Wine City

A travel blog entry by dudeonthemove on Sep 20, 2014

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... than anything is how patient the Portuguese are, and how they don't get stressed out about anything. I thank them for calming my nerves a couple time when in rushed moments.

Rhetorical Questions/Comments for the People of Porto

* Peter, you are hilarious! I asked for a few, quick recommendations for places to see, and a half an hour later, you marked up my entire Porto map and also circled all the recommendations that were already there! HA!
* Peter, I ...

French and Portuguese

A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Aug 20, 2014

... other. Tip - sprinkle ground cinnamon on your warm Portuguese tart = mind blowing!! The area of Belem was really nice by the water. We arrived to the Tower of Belem a little later than expected (half tram time and half due to the night before), and stood in the sun for an hour before climbing up (lots of tourists!!). It had a cool view of Lisbon and the river due to it being setup for primary defence and alerting the town. Whilst in Belem we also checked out the Jeronimos Monastery ...


A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Jun 04, 2014

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... Helen.) Parts of the interior could have been a Harry Potter set. It was a very different kind of palace from the alcazars of Spain and the chateaux of France, so it felt new and exciting and we had a blast exploring its dark, richly wooded rooms.

We next made our way to Guimaraes Castle, where an elementary school medieval field day was underway, with children shooting arrows, walking on stilts, playing a primitive form of air hockey ...

Bad Food, Bad Wine! Its Win Win!

A travel blog entry by dcdave100 on May 29, 2014

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... br> So while we choked that wine down it stopped raining again. We headed out into the streets just trying to dodge the residual rain. The weather got pretty nasty again and we end up at a coffee shop which oddley enough served pretty good wine and they had gas water so after a day of bad food and wine things were finally picking up. We hung out at the Coffee shop for a few hours avoiding the rain and drinking good wine. ...