Address: Morena - R/C - Lj. 10 4740-208 ESPOSENDE, Esposende, Northern Portugal, 4740-208, Portugal | Hotel
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Our 10 day stay in Portugal

A travel blog entry by eric_and_annie on Mar 08, 2015

1 comment, 69 photos

... the performers sang. Fado is simply beautiful!  The last full day we decided to take a trip to the monument Cristo Rei. Cristo Rei was built to thank God for sparing Portugal in WWII. The monument was breathtaking! Being so high in the sky with a monument built to commemorate the most influential man in the world was something special I will keep in my heart forever. Thank you Lisbon! We arrived in Oporto at a decent hour by train. We found our host without any issues. Once ...


A travel blog entry by where_we_walk on Feb 09, 2015

9 photos

... a full glass of red wine. A guy walks in, drinks the wine, leaves a few coins and goes to work. Its a different world. We bypassed the second café and had lunch on top of the mountain. Our usual baguette, cheese, pâté, fruit, wine and chocolates.
I used my poles for the first time in the trip, otherwise they made to much noise on the cobblestone paths. ...

The Birthplace of My Port Preoccupation

A travel blog entry by awesomed on Nov 17, 2014

11 photos

... lunch - a Francesinha. The most glorious sandwich the world has ever known. There are 4 different meats on toasted bread, covered in slightly melting cheese, doused in gravy, surrounded by fries, and with an egg sitting coyly on top. It is served with a boat of extra gravy and a heart attack.

Having each devoured our own Francesinha, Zach and I made our way to the Port Houses on ...

Porto day 2

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

1 comment, 7 photos

... were transported on human shoulders. Little kids carried little floats, so cute. Later, Bruce tried a local alcoholic drink made from lime, brown sugar and sugar cane alcohol. It was refreshing. They also gave us a free almond drink. Tina spoke in simple French to the vendor and inquired if the second drink was free/gratuit. Bruce wanted to go on a gondola ride across the waterfront. The tickets came with more drinks at a not so popular winery. Tina wanted to be ...


A travel blog entry by alimoro on Aug 18, 2013

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... the time was almost 7 PM. What it meant for us? Well, nothing much, just that the rental closes at 7:20, the guy has our rucksacks and money, we have a scooter and 40 mins to get back to the agency.
We were flying faster than the wind (that's because I was driving of course. ;D) But when we got to the approximate place of the office, we realized that we were lost and completely forgot where the hell the rental was. Here an awesome guy from the scooters' ...