Residencial Columbano

Address: Avenida Sacadura Cabral, Peso Da Regua, Northern Portugal, 5050-071, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Avenida Sacadura Cabral, Peso Da Regua, is near Se (Cathedral) and Museu de Grao Vasco.
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    Travel Blogs from Peso Da Regua

    Castelo Rodrigo Marofa Mountain

    A travel blog entry by ammerjerry on Jul 04, 2015

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    Our final exclusion in Portugal was to the Castelo Rodrigo the name of both the castle and village topped by Marofa Mountain. The area is renown for its almond groves and wild lavender fields

    The castle is a living story of the centuries of struggling for an independent Portugal. In 1209 King Leon began its construction. Over the next four centuries the local lords pledged allegiance to Spain while the vision for Portugal remained steady. The palace that once ...

    Final Cruise Along the Douro River

    A travel blog entry by ammerjerry on Jul 04, 2015

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    ... the lock. Sound was like a waterfall wedding cove I remember from a previous trip to Hawaii. People sitting on chairs put on the front deck had to scramble to grab cushions and dash into the lounge of the Queen Isabel. They were prepared by the crew before we entered the lock. But oh what a magical scene to see septuagenarians and octogenarians dashing around and giggling like delighted kids.

    Dinner on the Alto Douro

    A travel blog entry by ammerjerry on Jul 03, 2015

    ... served a new entree. At this point the Portuguese tradition of always apologizing and being accommodating and Chuck's saying everything is okay went two or three rounds. Once Chuck returned in new attire the apologies began again.

    I would say that the quick reaction, accommodation and outgoing generosity that was exhibited is a major example of why we return to Uniworld excursions.

    Sailing on the Douro

    A travel blog entry by chuckcurry on Jul 01, 2015

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    ... constructed of granite stone where grape vines are planted. It tremendously increases the surface for vineyard planting.

    As we sail, the canopies, communication tower and even the captain's cabin on the top dreck must be lowered to go under low bridges. Anyone on the deck must sit down to avoid hitting the bridge.

    The food on this ship has been very good. In the past three nights I have had Iberian roast ...

    Entre-os-Rios - Amarante and Regua

    A travel blog entry by ammerjerry on Jul 01, 2015

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    ... pastry tasting. The central focus of Amarante is the hermit and Dominican priest Saint Goncalo. In the 12th century St. Goncalo put Amanante on the map. In the 12th century St. Goncalo was venerated as the saint of marriage. Now why tell you all of this. Well… You need a context to appreciate the distinctive local pastry. Tradition has it that if a boy is interested in a girl he ...