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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the nearby roads were, we opted to play it safe and head south to rejoin the motorway network near Viseu on which we had arrived a week before. Once on the comparatively stress-free highway our course took us near the places we had visited a couple of days earlier when we were in the wine lands, but this time we could see the Douro and the intensively planted, vine clad slopes from some impressive civil engineering and road building features, including some ...
... the border the time is displayed on an overhead gantry. It says it is 11.50 but by my watch it is 12.50. Suddenly it clicks and we realise that Portuguese time is an hour behind Spanish. So we have gained an hour and are now ahead of the original schedule. Sometimes you make your own luck, and sometimes it just happens when you least deserve it. We are staying a few miles out in the country from Ponte de Lima. We go to the town on the way so I can buy Kathleen her first beer in ...
Early start in Espinho and a brisk walk to train station. I had paid site and checked out but they said I could leave motorhome safely on site until we got back from Porto.
The train into Porto takes about 30 minutes and for €3.25 return it is good value. The day in Porto was absolutely stunning. Perhaps it did not have the grace of Lisbon but it's mix of grand streets and squares, tumbled down abandoned buildings and of course the ...
Day 26- O Porrino to Arcade 14.5 miles
It looked like rain all morning, but we lucked out and didn't get wet. As a result, it was cool and a little breezy until the afternoon when the clouds lifted and the sun came out. We kept putting on and taking off our windbreakers. The little village where we are staying is on the edge of Ria de Vigo, an enormous river ...
... some potato chips, and sparkling mineral water. We have also been able to find salads and/or fresh fruit. For dinner, you can find almost anything you want. I've talked about the pilgrim's meal, which we are beginning to see now that we are in Spain. But the menu usually includes fish, beef, chicken and pork. As we moved further north, we realized there weren't as many green vegetable options. The main course is served with french fries and rice - always ...