Quinta d'Arroteia

Rua da Arroteia, 3680 , Viseu, Beiras, Portugal | Inn
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This inn is located on Rua da Arroteia, 3680 , Viseu.
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    Travel Blogs from Viseu

    Day 12 - Where have all the tourists gone? We know

    A travel blog entry by spydah on Sep 12, 2014

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    ... tunes such as La Bamba. Definitely not our scene. . We really didn't feel like retracing our many steps up the hill in order to cross the bridge and get back to our car, so we took the cable car instead and then wandered across the bridge. Then it was back to the car and the 130km drive home. There are probably plenty of worthwhile attractions in Porto, and we aim to do a bit more research before returning there. An interesting day. ...

    Day 10 - A frustrating night, but then, Wow!

    A travel blog entry by spydah on Sep 10, 2014

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    ... when it was daylight, were interesting, as the Spanish landscape was quite different from what we'd seen during the French leg of the trip. Once it became dark there was nothing to see, so we tried our best to sleep. We managed a few hours. Inexplicably, at maybe 2am the train stopped and all the passengers were woken up so that passports could be inspected. Presumably we were crossing the Spanish/ Portugese border, but the inspections were desultory ...

    Family meets family in Santa Maria da Feira

    A travel blog entry by curtcarlson on Jan 06, 2014

    3 comments, 144 photos

    ... she had just purchased, but it turned out to be too difficult to work with for a beginner, so the headscarf project was turned over to (mother) Maria, a totally expert knitter, as she was an expert craftsperson with everything else she touched.

    Antonio gave me a tour of the yard, umbrellas in hand, dogs and cats in tow, to show me the kiwi arbor, citrus trees, chicken coop, handmade stone picnic table, and a water well which he dug by hand 20 years ago. It ...

    Just call me "Ice-cube"!

    A travel blog entry by elaqid on Jul 04, 2010

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    ... come here directly and not made our detours, the day would have been very disappointing. Yes, there is a castle there but it is not worth the stop in my opinion. Nothing else in the city was noticeable - I would bypass this city on your itinerary.

    On the drive to Viseu, I got so tired and Mom was asleep that I had to pull over for a little nap. No shade around so it was a hot nap but a necessary one. Like I said, it has been so hot that I can ...

    UK - Spain - Portugal

    A travel blog entry by ants on Jun 16, 2007

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    Hi all, Well, we were back in London for 2 nights after the Middles East and off we go on Van Tour. Sunday morning we took off to catch the ferry from Dover to Calais with fellow antipodeans Suzy & Astro, and Kim & Mads. Ferry crossing was a doddle, no problems. Cruised through to Rouen where we camped next to the river Seine that runs through the middle of town. The next day we traveled to Normandy and the D-Day landing beaches, the ...