Pensao Residencial Marfim

Address: Rua Alvares Cabral 213, Porto, Northern Portugal, 4050-041, Portugal | Hotel
 
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Finally we had a day of rest.

A travel blog entry by drrich on Jun 05, 2015

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We had two nights here and the middle day was intended to be a mad dash visiting more far off places but the town was lovely and the apartment was generally good. I also discovered the virtues of vinho verdi - a light slightly spritzy white. It was of course made by the uncle of the managers of the restaurant. the uncle also owned the building which had the bar and about 6 apartments. Keep it in the family.
The town had held a ...

Oporto

A travel blog entry by lisajanehowell on Apr 21, 2015

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... In the catacombs below, there are thousands of human bones, apparently stored to await Judgement Day. It was a little spooky! Palacio da Bolsa (the former stock exchange) - a 19th century building with an interior that could be mistaken for that of a palace. The ornate Arab room is gorgeous, apparently copied from Granada's Alhambra Palace. We much prefer the food, wine and lifestyle in Spain! Lucky, because we head to Salamanca tomorrow. Love Lisa and Dylan ...

Porto, Portugal

A travel blog entry by bobalu11 on Oct 20, 2014

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We have spent the last four days in Porto and the Douro Wine valley. The city is built on the river/valley hill and is the second largest city in Portugal with a population of about 1.7 million . We have really enjoyed this city. We have visited churches, museums, the cathedral, the market, parks, and of course, the port caves and vineyards. We took a short river tour up stream and out to the ocean to see the river side and five bridges of Porto. ...

Goodbye Spain, hello again Portugal

A travel blog entry by sharon.bolton on Jul 11, 2014

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... riverside and the city centre that day I had dinner in the garden at the restaurant attached to the guest house. It was surprisingly good for such a small place and I found out later it rated 7 out of 100 in Porto on Trip Advisor. The little place next door also got a good rap so I ate there the next night. Had the traditional local dish of Francesinha, one of the most popular snacks in Porto. It is a kind of sandwich of several meats covered in melted cheese and a special ...

Charades on Charades

A travel blog entry by madintentions on May 28, 2014

... I was scared to see where the night was headed. Naturally, Karliana and I excelled at charades as we have technically been playing a non-stop game of charades ever since we left home. Our acting skills are nothing short of a miraculous gift. My rendition of John Lennon's "Imagine" in chicken talk was a huge hit and I am sure that a record deal is already in the mix. Although the night started out extremely slow, Karliana and I ended up having a blast and ...