Porto Palacio Congress Hotel & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPorto Palacio Congress Hotel & Spa
The Congress Hotel was an executive convention hotel . . .pricy but you get what you pay for. . . . and this hotel was Exceptional.
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... along. Cabbed our way to the train station to catch our overnight train to San Sebastián. At this point, we were all tired and more tired. The connecting train to the sleeper train had us waiting for a few hours at a small train station with nothing but 2 or 3 small restaurants 200m or so away. Thankfully, we were able to go get some warm food because Jim was not hungry and so he stayed behind with the bags. By the time we finally got on ...
It was a rainy day. Just perfect for a day trip to Braga. We left in the morning. Just the 2 of us. The rest of the group stayed in. The bus ride to Braga from Porto was just under an hour. And I love bus rides on big buses. I get to see is much more and without the stress of checking maps. But getting to the bus terminal was a but if a challenge. But I am traveling with Dear Hubby Kelvin. He managed to find us ...
... a couple of years ago but she's getting more and more into certain types of seafood. I got a BBQ'd pork skewer with homemade crisps and salad. Both were so good and a fitting end to what had been a cracking trip food-wise. Probably one of the favourite countries for food that we've been to!
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... night, got the last table, and tucked into a bar food that is even more delicious than nachos. It is probably very good for me that franchesinas are not readily available in the United States.
The next morning, we set out to explore UNESCO-listed Porto. We had hoped to do a short river cruise and see its scenic riverfront from the water, but the day started very windy and dreary, so we opted to hoof it instead. This ended up allowing us to go ...
... hilly as Lisbon.
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