Pousada de Viseu Charming Spa Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPousada de Viseu Charming Spa Hotel
This building has been beautifully restored, and is quite spectacular. We loved it. The staff are very friendly. Our 4th floor room was massive, with its own private deck and a really great view over the city.
The restaurant is well worthwhile. My only criticism is that the servings are if anything too generous.
We hope to be back.
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... fitter as not having to give She the kiss of life at the top of the hills. arrived at the brand new Albergue St Teresa , Isabel sharing our lovely clean room and the French couple next door, the young polish couple sleeping under the stars, must get them aFlask of coffee tomorrow. Another lovely evening food and ...
... put. So sad our new German Friends have to head home tomorrow. Jim got his first blister after ignoring our advice Vaseline Jimmy. Just me and then two again pity Freddy! Alfie can you ask Linda to come and get me. OMG just bumped into Isabel who we met on the Frances Camino last year, how great we have arranged to share a bottle or two tonight, would be rude not ...
Today was the shortest day at only 16 kms and pleasant walking too. They try to route you around major highways through forest tracks although sometimes you just have to face the traffic and get on with it!
I feel in good shape both physically and mentally and am really looking forward to the next three weeks. 'Bom Caminho' as they say around ...
... night's meal of suckling pig and sparkling red wine which is a delicacy in this area. We walked through woodland and roads until our first stop for a cup of coffee. It's good to break the day of 20-25 kms into chunks and this is always helped by towns which have cafes. Lunch usually consists of a ham and cheese roll and a coke! We ...
... climbed out of the valley in the direction of Vila Nova de Paiva across a landscape not unlike Dartmoor, but perhaps with more trees and shrubbery, littered with huge rounded boulders. The satnav was suggesting the A24 motorway but we stuck to the excellent 'old' route which pretty much runs parallel, before stopping at Mezio for coffee and cake. Whilst at the counter, an American made himself known (probably spotted the registration plate on the car) and we learned ...