Address: Morena - R/C - Lj. 10 4740-208 ESPOSENDE, Esposende, Northern Portugal, 4740-208, Portugal | Hotel
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Portugal - Porto

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Sep 03, 2015

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Goodbye, Santiago and here we come, Portugal. By 8:00, we had checked-out of our hotel, set the GPS for old Porto, Portugal and easily made our way out of the city and onto AP-9 (autopista) heading south. Only a half-hour or so later we began winding in and around the hillsides of Pontevedre, Spain, a very picturesque city on the Atlantic Ocean. The views were a real driving hazard for this driver and we wished there were a ...

Magic Bookstore and Winery

A travel blog entry by ammerjerry on Jun 29, 2015

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... bookcases are a medieval panorama. Our guide did slightly spoil the imagery by telling us the staircase was concrete and the ceiling and bookcases were plaster. All to look like wood. After lunch a tour of Taylor Port Cellars and tasting room showed how closely they mirror wine cellars. Big difference is how long you can reuse oak barrels for ...

Porto in the rain.

A travel blog entry by adventurebarbie on Nov 04, 2014

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... beds, but there are only 3 of us girls! The beds are made up every day and there is a full breakfast! The place is so clean! Very much appreciated after Sally's Not So Casa Grande!
There is so much to see in Porto. Today I was walking around and lost most of the time. Luckily I had a good map with me and I often stopped to ask where I was. And luckily I found my way back to the hostel. It has been raining most of the day...good I brought an umbrella.

We like Ruby!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Apr 20, 2014

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... France; the British retaliated by slapping up the import duty on French wines making them unaffordable and forcing British wine merchants to go and look somewhere else for other wines. That somewhere else turned out to be here, the Duoro river area where wine had been brewed for about 2000 years...remember the Romans loved their wine!

Because the Brits did not want to purchase a hundred barrels of wine and ship it back ...

Gastronomy and Gorgeous Views

A travel blog entry by tom_and_emma on Oct 28, 2013

1 comment, 84 photos

... the Port hop-on-hop-off bus tour. This is a great way to see a city quickly if you don't have much time. The main thing to do and enjoy in Porto seems to be food, wine and and view of the city from the hills! The bus took us through the historic city centre first and then out to the beautiful coastline. The river comes out to the sea in a beautiful bay and this seems to be one of the sights of Porto. ...