Hotel Aveiro Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Aveiro
... tables that maintain a temperature of 18 all year round. The documents housed here are national treasures. Only authorised persons may handle books which are mostly 16thC and before. The majority are written in Latin. It is beautiful. Gold leafed motifs decorate the polished oak and the ceiling is painted with stories re the importance of learning. Only 40 people are allowed at one time to maintain humidity. Would ...
... wonderful jokes and sensitive insights into human nature. Ken and I began our day knowing that the walk would be more visually and physically challenging by going through lots of commercial and industrial areas, and also by beginning the approach into the hills of northern Portugal and ultimately western Spain. We knew that the stamina we work so hard to develop while hiking at elevation in New Mexico ...
... had no idea which way to go. As we were approaching Oliveira there must have been some kind of local festival. Someone had created a design of flower petals on the median in the street. Just to let you know how much we are out of touch with Catholicism, Elise said, "Look they have their street name in flowers- it's Avenue Maria." After looking for a minute she then said, "Uh, no, I think it is Ave Maria." Oops... and we kept ...
Day 14. Agueda to Albergaria. 10.5 miles (and back again) We saw this section of the Camino twice today, once walking and the other from a car. It was a bit of a surreal experience for me. We began our walk in Agueda and walked 10.5 miles to Albergaria. Our travel company has set up hotels for us along the way and they did not have a place in Albergaria, so they hired a taxi to pick us up and transport us back to Agueda so we could ...
... town. We have found that in most Iberian towns, faceless, modern neighbourhoods always surround a very attractive and active historical core. Aveiro is no exception.
Our first stop is the tourist office, where we are surprised to find that the visitors map will cost us €0.20. We cough up this princely sum and set out to explore. Almost immediately we are accosted by an attractive young lady who persuades us to sail on a ...