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

Finally we had a day of rest.

A travel blog entry by drrich on Jun 05, 2015

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... if the two wheeled variety. Now that would put an end to high speed police chases but then again, that is not their job and it is not clear that speed limits actually mean anything.
I forgot to mention that the apartment was surrounded by a bar and it was also the first week of swat vac for uni students as well. Just a bit noisy as they had to stand outside to smoke and this happened to be under the bedroom window! Pat was a happy chap. ...

A day in Porto

A travel blog entry by peterleesa on May 28, 2015

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... s, for a quick look around. Porto is of course world famous for its production of Port Wines and there is no shortage of producers. Our exhaustion from the touring led to us jumping on an open top tourist bus for a lap of the city. After 2 hrs we reckoned we'd had enough. Back to the room for a couple of drinks, then out to a little local street cafe for some Tapas and ...

The Bummer accommo

A travel blog entry by samrabit on Oct 06, 2014

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... Ben used to work there) but that's the breaks.

It was a strange place. An apartment amongst heaps of high rise that were 75% vacant. Looks like someone had the idea of a satelite city that has not got off the ground .

Spent some time in Viana do Castelo to the north. Great town and full of hard working Portugese. English is more frquent in this area and they are more tuned ...

Another amazing Porto day

A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Oct 21, 2013

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This morning Miguel went to work and Melissa, with Xavier in a pouch, became our travel guide. First we went down to the cafe on the ocean and had coffee and pastries. Then we caught the bus into town, which was fun in itself. It took us to central downtown Porto, a good place to start. This is such as fascinating city, very much up and down hills - and it was good to have a little walking ...


A travel blog entry by kyajade on Aug 13, 2013

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... in a line and segwayed our way out of the square and down one of the little streets. The other Segway guy stayed with us for the first bit to make sure we were fine, then we said goodbye and followed Virginia down the street. We rode around a bit, even riding along the tram tracks (apparently we're allowed on the tracks, road and everything!) We made our way around and up the street stopping once or twice to point out a building or landmark and make sure we were all ok, ...