Hotel Turismo Sao Lazaro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... maybe that's the modern translation of something worse.
After a pleasant dinner in the restaurant of our old stone hotel we retired to our attic bedroom ( very comfortable but only view was of moon through a skylight.) Retired early (well early by Spanish standards 11pm - could only get dinner from 9.30). Another day travelling tomorrow. To Oviedo - am looking forward to that, have read a lot about ...
... and we enjoyed a nice lunch together in Villa Vella. It is a very nice hotel. The owner was sweet and gave us maps and souvenir pens. Everyone in this village was very nice and we spoke with some men who had worked in Germany. Next stop was o Pereiro. Again, really nice men helped me get a drink at the fountain and fill my water. It is very beautiful here but the walk is very hard. I ...
... so much. Little did I know that there was still plenty of climbing left as the trail went round the mOuntain. As I headed down into the little town where I planned to have a snack and a rest, Martina was behind me. We agreed that if the Alberque wasn't nice, we would share a room in the rural hotel. We are sharing a room in Casa Irene which has a private bath and toiletries. Also, lots of hot ...
I have been exploring the town and it is truly beautiful. It is in a valley with a river. The castle is on a hill and very nice. The auberge is full. There are two older couples from the Netherlands, one girl from Germany and two Spanish gentlemen. The common language is ...
... in the last entry, the Douro river valley is where all of the grapes grow to make port wine. Unique types of grapes grow here due to the microclimate and very unique shale soil making it the sole producer of port in the world. The valley is characterized by countless vineyards that cover the landscape and winding roads that climb to the top of the hills from which you can see kilometres down the valley. We stopped along ...