Quinta do Rio Dao

Turismo Rural, Lda, Santa Comba Dao, Beiras, 3440-464, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Turismo Rural, Lda, Santa Comba Dao.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Comba Dao

    Luso..the spring of Portugal

    A travel blog entry by garbogaz on Aug 09, 2014

    ... the name of Pedra de Sal Well what a meal ,the restaurant seated 30 ,was booked out ,it's wonderful they eat so late as we were fitted in and we both had the best prepared and delicious meal we have had in years What a fluke. .The reason I chose Luso was to stay at the Palace Hotel do Bussaco and have dinner in the restaurant 5 mins out of Luso it was to be a treat on our trip looked fantastic. ( check it out on the website)But alas it ...

    Coimbra

    A travel blog entry by stefanoandrea on Jul 20, 2014

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    We found a municipal camping which was a little cheaper than usual but real good and only a couple of km out of the centre so we got installed and went into town. Coimbra is real cute with beautiful ik old buildings like the cathedral and a famous university which is on the Unesco list. I must say I have been very surprised by Portugal, I had only seen Lisbon but as far as I have seen it till now, my opinion based on information from others always gave me ...

    Porto

    A travel blog entry by bruce.poon on Jul 19, 2014

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    ... initial feeling that the city gives me is that it is a very festive city. For dinner, we went to Paparico, the current #1 restaurant on Trip Advisor for Porto. For appetizers, we ate a half-sphere of pork pate with a port wine sauce, octopus in thin cross sections with caramelized onions, and cod ceviche with cornbread chips. Our main course was a wet rice dish with monkfish and a cut up giant shrimp. The roe of the shrimp flavoured the al dente ...

    Aveiro and Agueda

    A travel blog entry by bruce.poon on Jul 18, 2014

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    ... to Agueda afterward. The small town was having an umbrella festival, and they hung umbrellas of different colours along the length of a few streets. In addition to cooling the street down, it made everything very colorful. For dinner, we drove to Luso; a town just below Bussaco Palace. The town is famous for its water spring. There is even a place where people can freely fill up drinkable spring water. We went to a restaurant called Pedra de Sal. ...

    Coimbra and Bussaco

    A travel blog entry by bruce.poon on Jul 17, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... oversees the entrance parking and forest beyond that. We wanted to picnic with the suckling pig while hiking, but Tina and I decided not to wait because she wanted to eat the skin crispy and with clean hands. The suckling pig was super tender and the skin was still crispy despite the half hour drive. We were in pig heaven. We went hiking after settling in and walked around the nature park until almost sunset. We had instant noodle and fruit for dinner tonight. ...