Pensao Vista Bela

Address: Largo dom joao III 5210, Miranda do Douro, Northern Portugal, 5210-210, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Largo dom joao III 5210, Miranda do Douro, is near Freeport Outlet Alcochete.
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Travel Blogs from Miranda do Douro


A travel blog entry by colleengeoff on Oct 24, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... isn't quite as good as the seats are a little narrower, not footrests (which us important for me) and nothing to put things in on the back of the seat in front. But it does go! So it was all good. We had another break - they are quite strict about the length of breaks drivers need which is really good. When we got back on the bus we found out that Alberto wouldn't be joining us after all. The present bus will take us around Portugal, some of us leave this tour in ...

Oct. 13: Lisboa (old town & the Castelo S. Jorge)

A travel blog entry by rknepper on Oct 13, 2014

31 photos

... castle, so we decided to walk down the minescule, very narrow cobblestone streets of old town. When we finally got down to the water's edge, we were in a very large Praca Commercio (commercial plaza right on the sea), we ducked out of the rain, to have a cold drink, and a bite to eat. After lunch, We decided to take our dripping bodies back to the hotel, to get warm, and dry off before our dinner and Fado show at the Clube de Fado. Fado is the ...

Day 15 - The rain in Portugal stays, mainly.

A travel blog entry by spydah on Sep 15, 2014

... historic city. As already mentioned, most of the pre-recorded soundtrack was Fado music. For anyone unfamiliar with it, Fado, or at least this particular variant, makes country and western music sound positively upbeat. If we had let it get to us, by the end of the 90 minutes, we could easily have been ready to slit our wrists. Getting off the bus, we decided to explore some of the city on foot. First stop was Se Cathedral, high up on ...

Mi Casa es su Casa....a veces

A travel blog entry by abbyhaynes on Jul 01, 2014

... in the influence of the cities’ different types of leaders. As a constitutional monarchy, Morocco is under the rule of a king. Prior to the establishment of the monarchy, dynastic sultans ruled. On my train ride to Fez, several passengers in my car spoke highly of the king, Mohammad VI, despite his association with talk of corruption scandals. Spain, on the other hand, was under the harsh dictatorship of Franco up until 1975. Barcelona, ...

At Sea

A travel blog entry by steve874 on Apr 22, 2014

... a max 5 second look at the passport photograph by one officer. Perhaps the other/s were having a lie in. You might have guessed I hate unnecessary red tape! The temperature has dropped but the sun is still shining, well so far, so deck 13 it is until salad time for lunch. Bruce Morisson who did the Les Mis thing the other night did another show at 2pm, the Best of British. It was very good, stories, funny songs ...