Imperio Hotel

Rua Vasques Osorio 8, Peso Da Regua, Northern Portugal, 5050, Portugal | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Peso Da Regua

Killing time

A travel blog entry by mattd7

... and in. I also had to fit a new light in Atties room. So i had to unscrew and take out the old one, and drill in holes to the ceiling and fit the new light, which was a different size and style. Then i wired it together, it was a learning experience but at least now i can say i can do it. On saturday we wanted to kill some time, so Attie suggested a walk we could do down the mountain that would take approximately 2 and half hours. She drove us to the starting point and then we ...

Rain, rain, go away!

A travel blog entry by mattd7

... the rain, but working out in it isn't as fun as just being out in it. It would be nice for it to dry up a bit now, and maybe some sun too? We have secured our next workaway in central Portugal, working on a vineyard, end of next week so looking forward to that. There are other workawayers there as well so should be slightly more lively than here! Still on the hunt for paid work, applied for a couple places online but no response yet. Fingers ...

In the Portuguese mountains

A travel blog entry by mattd7


... catching up some guitar playing and looking into next place to stay and looking for paid jobs as well. The evening meals are nice again but there is a shortage of wine for my liking. I only get about 2 to 3 small glasses worth and we both don't feel comfortable enough yet asking to drink without her. Attie doesn't seem to be as sociable as our other hosts. Around the dinner table when we are eating its fine, she will chat away and ...

The Gist of the Schist-Douro Geology & Gastronomy

A travel blog entry by friesendm


We're on the plane between Amsterdam and Seattle, heading home after 20 days of exploring Portugal. I’ve been surprised and impressed with this small country on the edge of the Iberian Peninsula. There is more to Portugal than meets the eye – a warmth, a gentleness, a humility that is both welcoming and intriguing. I want to learn more about Portugal. I’m digging deeper, reading, listening, and following up on new ...

Cruising the Douro...Banned from Captain's Table

A travel blog entry by friesendm


The Douro is a particularly scenic river, devoted, as it is, to agriculture, and coursing through a rather deep-set valley. We’ve been cruising upstream for a couple of days now, stopping to learn about port wine (produced only in this valley) at a local quinta (winery), visiting Mateus Palace and Gardens, exploring one of the historic villages, and sailing lazily along the river.

I’ve attached a batch of photos taken that represent what we ...


This 2 star hotel is located on Rua Vasques Osorio 8, Peso Da Regua.
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