Residencial Casa Das Termas

Rua Do Tabolado, Chaves, Northern Portugal, 5400523, Portugal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chaves

I'll explain everything soon.......

A travel blog entry by jonnystanners


.....really Julie I will......!! Check me out I'm on a campsite way up in the mountains having been bathing in two different sets of thermal waters (an old Roman site and then a river which had thermal currents).....then I splashed about like a fool clambering up a mountain stream.....then I walked up a mountain and then I became very tired and that's why this is all your getting.

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Well Chav!!

A travel blog entry by nicoleandtony


... so we guessed that almost everyone must have been heading out about 10.30pm and that included the kids play ground that was also full - much too late for Nic, the locals were certainly thankful for us given up a carparking space.
The hotel looked again fantastic in the morning light, its noticable in these regions that the colours of the buildings change throughout the ...

Day 17, Chaves to Amares

A travel blog entry by omarandleonard


... hostel run by a tiny old lady with a vegetable patch around the back. When we got I the room we turned on the little telly hoping to catch the first stage of the Volta a Portugal - the more official cycling tour going on here this week. They were showing it. In their own way. Two well known presenters were in the main square the cyclists had set off from, talking to the local handball team and listening to singers. Tomorrow, ...

Day 16, Bragança to Chaves

A travel blog entry by omarandleonard


... uninterrupted, we were cursing them a little bit! Just as we started our 17km descent into Chaves, it began to rain. Adding the wet roads to the crazy drivers and the tight corners, definitely made the heart beat faster! Luckily we rolled in unscathed and found the hostel easily. We were greeted by a stoope old man who very slowly showed us to our room. He also insisted on locking the bikes behind a gate near the room and promised to move then around later since we were leaving ...

The Beautiful Region of Tras-os-Montes

A travel blog entry by myjob

This is a top pick!

Today we visited the beautiful region of Trás-Os-Montes, and the Vila Real. The Palace of Mateus was built in the 18th century for the Count of Real, and is still maintained in the family. The Palace has elaborate gardens, and is famous for its 100ft cedar tunnel that is featured on many wine ...


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