Residencial Joao Capela

Address: Rua do Sol, Quinta do Picado, Aveiro, Beiras, 3810-832, Portugal | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Rua do Sol, Quinta do Picado, Aveiro.
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      Heading to central Portugal coast road

      A travel blog entry by janicksbrown on Mar 12, 2015

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      ... was cool.....students in their black cloaks standing around. It is a town that you enjoy the longer you.re there. Art nouveau, Art Deco buildings are beautiful. Dinner in front of log fire topped it off. Can't believe all the tiled buildings we see. Headed down coast, beaches long and wide, small villages empty but huge apartments closed up waiting for summer. Big sand dunes in front with massive amount of ...

      The best hill town seen yet

      A travel blog entry by janicksbrown on Mar 06, 2015

      30 photos

      ... dogs, the sound of bells and men chatting. Our drive up to the top the first building is a convent then onto huge walls, cannons and cobbled streets. Inside the walls are white coloured houses. Amazing walked all over it and stayed way too long for our drive to coimbra. Oops Had to use the toll roads which are double lane, empty, 120ks and very quick. Huge bridges span valleys, passing over the top of villages, ugh. Coimbra is an old university town, felt very gritty, old ...

      Hanging Out

      A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Nov 22, 2014

      5 photos

      ... buildings are locked. Still there are people along the walkways, in the restaurants along the river and on the bridge. It feels good to get out into the sun and walk. I just wish Allen could go along. I found an inexpensive Pastelaria that makes sandwiches to "Take Away" which is nice for lunch. Dinner is a problem so we just eat at the hotel. The meals are frozen and reheated in the ...

      Somehow This Entire Country is Uphill

      A travel blog entry by awesomed on Nov 15, 2014

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      ... combinations of cheese, meat, wine, and bread. Zach and Johannes weren't experiencing as spiritual of a moment as Julie and I were (which I still don't understand), so they headed off to a sports store for a bit. When they returned almost an hour later, Julie and I were still working. In the end, we found 4 different cheese, 2 wines to complement them, some sausage, some shrimp, and a couple of baguettes. Then we started our journey back ...

      Coimbra - University town

      A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Nov 05, 2014

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      ... for this was granted by the Pope in 1143. Before the Romans, a pre-celtic tribe called the "Conís" lived in the area. The word "briga" means "fortress", from the combination of these two words came the name Conímbriga, which later became Coimbra. Some 15 km from Coimbra, the Romans settled in the 1st century BC, they lived there peacefully until the year 468 AD. The romans didn't care too much about their own defense and ...