Albergaria Jose Alberto
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... has made Portugal his home for the past 30 years and currently farms herbs for both culinary and medicinal purposes which he sells at the craft shop next door. David now has a bag of his stress-relieving blend but I have suggested that he leaves off sampling it until we get back home in case it should upset his digestive system! Back in the car, we pressed on with the elevated route taking us along a river valley, the sides planted with vines - an indication that we ...
... and packing away - no hot shower that morning. Our early start meant that we were pulling alongside reception at our next campsite, Quinta Chave Grande, to the north of Satao at lunchtime. The site came highly recommended by British neighbours, Nick and Caroline, on the only Portuguese stop during our 'Grand Tour' two years ago, but at the time the seasons and weather changed so gave it a miss with a mental note to include ...
Lamengo is both a port area and wine processing area in northern Portugal. Here sparkling wine is aged. It’s other claim to fame is the best lamb meat for presunto.
Renaissance and baroque mansions overlook the two hills that make up Lemango. AThe ruins of a12th century castle sits atop on of the hills. The most majestic hill is topped with the baroque Sanctuary of Nosse Senhora dos Remedios. The 686 steps with nine terraces holding large ...
... 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 ...
... literally one step at a time. When we arrived at our destination today (Albergaria) we stepped into a restaurant to have some lunch. Who was sitting there... Tony and Sue - our Australian friends. What a delightful surprise. Of course we sat down and had an unexpected meal together before hopping in our taxi and being whisked back to Agueda. While waiting for our ride, Elise captured me sketching the old train station across the ...