Residencial Mira Rio

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

First stop in Portugal

A travel blog entry by abbey.voyce on Jul 29, 2014

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... spot of JK Rowling's. We both loved Porto and enjoyed our time here. The hotel staff told us it was so good to see us spend 4 nights here as so many people only give Porto one day as an afterthought after visiting Lisbon and are disappointed they don't stay in porto longer on seeing it. After spending equal time in both Lisbon and Porto we would have to agree that Porto is the far prettier city of the 2 places and well deserving of a longer ...

Oporto - city of contrasts

A travel blog entry by helwit on Jul 24, 2014

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... 2 other Aussies from Sydney and a French Canadian couple from Montreal. We seem to be meeting Canadians from Montreal everywhere. Our guide's personal story was interesting, a citizen of both Brazil and Portugal, she has spent significant time in both countries. She is a playwright, theatre director and actor, tour guiding I suspect for some extra income. Nevertheless she was knowledgable and willing to share much of her self which I think always makes for a more interesting ...

Porto day 2

A travel blog entry by bruce.poon on Jul 20, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... the gondola with Bruce but these other Canadian girls hopped in before the doors closed and flirted with a local guy. Tina was thinking, "taking your flirting elsewhere, Tina wants privacy and space". Tonight, we had dinner at S.Valentim Restaurant. We took the metro train from the bridge to Matpsinhos suburb, about half hour away. Valentim is a grilled fish restaurant. In fact, that one street in Matosinhos is lined with fish restaurants. They all have big ...

A great day discovering Porto

A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Oct 20, 2013

1 comment, 13 photos

... many places that we barely knew about that have such interesting histories, and still have their centro historico and beautiful old buildings. This city of course was famous for the port wine made by the monks that the English found was a good thing and exported it back to England when they had a disagreement with the French and stopped importing their wine. So the port wine cellars are still here, and exporting their port, but no longer on boats....but some ...


A travel blog entry by theroadislifeeu on Jan 09, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... few Aussies, some really sweet Brazilian girls and a few Porto locals!
The next day, we took the world's slowest Tram ride to the beach, and although we could just stay 10 minutes or so, cause we had to leave for Lisbon, it was so so worth it! There was a massive brick wall, where waves crashed higher than I'd ever seen waves crash in my entire life.
I really don't think anything could have made Porto any better than it was!!