Residencial Mira Rio

Address: Estrada Nacional 13, Esposende, Northern Portugal, 4740 219, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Estrada Nacional 13, Esposende.
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Travel Blogs from Esposende

Last full day in Porto.

A travel blog entry by adventurebarbie on Nov 07, 2014

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Today I have checking out the local area of the hostel. This is the art area and even though the street doesn't look that great looking down it there are some nice restaurants and art galleries.
I located the bus station for tomorrow for my trip to the goats. ...

Still in Porto.

A travel blog entry by adventurebarbie on Nov 07, 2014

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One thing I forgot to mention in the last blog posting...the Pastel da Nata or just Nata as they are refered to. I met a young woman from South Korea who came to Portugal just to eat Natas! She was in Porto for 2 days and Lisbon for 3 days and then back to S. Korea. She said she would have about 6 a day! They are small, about 2.5" ...

Enjoying Porto

A travel blog entry by renebabin on Sep 27, 2014

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... running, biking, just more folks out along the water front. Beach is much nicer in Costa Nova for those that want nice sand. Had a great lunch, nice drive exploring more of the coast line, and wandered into some regular housing areas. Hanging around poolside for the mid afternoon, having Sangria is clearly justified by the 8k ...

Porto = Port yum

A travel blog entry by pashbee on Apr 22, 2014

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... the port lodges are. We have it all planned, we will do the free tour at Calem which came with our bus tickets and then up to Taylor's for a late afternoon tasting on the outdoor seating area and then back down to Graham's for dinner (trip advisor recommended it)! We got to Calem and the next English tour is in an hour so we decide to walk up to Graham's and see if they have tables at the restaurant later! The lodge is up a bit of ...

Port of call

A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Jun 28, 2013

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... Napoleonic War, France naturally refused to export wine to England, so the next port of call was Porto, where wine was made using grapes that are grown on shale and grapes literally hang from stone walls, giving the grapes a unique taste. There was a problem though, the journey was too long and the wine went bad before reaching England. Until a priest came up with the idea of adding alcohol so it would survive the journey and that's how port came to be. The port of export ...