Hotel Senhora do Castelo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the Quinta for the guided tour. Our English-speaking guide, Nicole, took us around the visitor centre, recently refurbished to a high standard, before the tasting session. The Quinta produces both table wine and port, under the well-known brands of Dow, Warre and Cockburn, due to the long-established British connection with the Symington family. After opting to taste wine, we made some purchases for drinking en-route and sharing back home - the ideal souvenir of an interesting ...
... German and a sizeable Dutch contingent. A number of appetisers were placed on the table whilst drinks were served, followed by a selection of four meats from the barbecue with salad and lots of fries, with dessert as an additional option. There was much talking and laughing throughout but come 10pm it was decidedly chilly and dark so we said our farewells and goodnight to all after a great time. As forecast, yesterday ...
... lot to Viseu. We check in to the Pousada de Viseu. Pousadas are the state owned equivalent of Paradors in Spain but they are commercially managed by a Hotel group called Pestana. This one is an old hospital which has recently been converted. We have a huge, corner room on the top floor. It has a large outside terrace along two sides with views over the gown and ...
Day started a little quietly until I remembered it was May 19....ohhh that's why you been sitting typing away on Facebook.....sorry
Last night we had dinner at the hotel restaurant, it was nice but nothing special.
The last few nights has reminded us that we don't like 2-3 day stops, so we have booked 4 nights at Santiago de Compostella...that means slightly longer days in the car but better overall. Speaking of HiHo (The Silver car), I've ...
We drove 50 mins to Sátão from Viseu after restocking for the weekend at the supermarket. A gourmet weekend was in order and it's not disappointed one bit. Hand peeled prawns in garlic, olive oil and chorizos, traditional Portuguese rolled pork with a local stuffing smothered in onions, pepper, salt and pepper seasonings, large fish kebabs, aubergine & halloumi parcels, cocktails shaken!!! It's all too much holiday fun... Time to travel Monday ...