Palacio Da Lousa Boutique Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Coimbra (pronounced Kwi-m-bra) was the 1st capital of Portugal. In 1179 the Pope granted authority to the king to establish an independent country. Situated on the Rio Mondego, a great fresh water river of 200km that is wholly in Portugal. All other rivers in the country originate in Spain.population is 130k and it is basically a university city. The university here is claimed to be one of the oldest in the ...
... the views. Calling in to Nazare,on a wind howling day we found a small seaside resort area that questions safety. It is not a good shot but would you feel safe wandering the walls or living in the end houses going down towards the sea?
A slight step sideways meant we looked at the Batahla Monastery- a debate who had the most money rulers of religion or region.
The first day finished with a winding and only slightly narrow ...
... and thus it gave more understanding. At the Old library at Coimbre it was felt that if you were taking pictures you weren't truly appreciating the art and building. It of course cost more to see and the value for money was not as good. The value of the books may be high but the library at Mafra palace was just as large and whilst a different ornate,a pleasure to see ( and take ...
... Portuguese tarts) and we set off up the valley towards the town of Alijo. More spectacular scenery finally stoping at Favaios for lunch in the local park. The park was located next to an old style building which the locals had just erected a sign on because they knew I was arriving . It said Sexo Masculino. A drive back to Pinhao and then time to bid the Douro goodbye. On the way back down the valley we stopped at a big weir where a very large river cruise boat was going ...
We left Lisbon in the morning and took the Alfa Pendular train from the Entrecampos station to Coimbra. Coimbra is a university town. There are a few interesting sights in this town, but that will have to wait 2 days. Today, we are picking up a car from Hertz in Coimbra and are driving to Bussaco Palace. Yes, we are going to be staying in a palace tonight. :) We picked up a VW "UP!", a cute little black 4 doors hatch with stick shift. There are only 3000km on ...