Quinta d'Arroteia

Address: 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

      Still in Aveiro.

      A travel blog entry by adventurebarbie on Nov 16, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      I spent the day walking around and getting lost, but it is such a small place that I was never lost for long. The buildings and sidewalks are wonderful. The mall was hopping on this rainy Sunday and Christmas carols in English were playing, all the old favorites. Enjoy the photos. Tomorrow I head further south to Tomar by train. Love the trains because of the cheap price for seniors, but they are nice to. They often run through the countryside away from the ...

      The Venice of Portugal

      A travel blog entry by adventurebarbie on Nov 16, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      I left the goat farm after one week! I woke Saturday morning and said I had had enough of the relentless driving rain and cold house. The goat barn was warmer than the house. I slept in my long underware and fleece! They took me to the bus station were I gladly waited for the bus. In the bus station was an amazing cafeteria that was doing a huge business. Soup is big in the mountains and I had a wonderful bowl of potato and cabbage soup for 1.50 euros.
      I am now ...

      Day 11 - We stay close to base.

      A travel blog entry by spydah on Sep 11, 2014

      2 photos

      ... huge servings of food, and the wild boar was no exception. It was very flavoursome, though Mary said that she had expected that it would taste more gamey. We washed it all down with a couple of giant-sized glasses of full-bodied Portugese reds. Did we mention that the drink servings are very generous as well? The meat was very tasty, and quite unlike our pork in colour, taste or texture. We thoroughly enjoyed it, though once again we struggled up from the table very very ...

      Day 23 Gaurda to Vila cha de sa

      A travel blog entry by andrew.is.nuts on Jun 18, 2014

      7 photos

      ... asleep , the owner arrived and was all apologetic and booked me into a room for 65 euros .she told me about breakfast and and started to leave .i quickly asked her if I could have some dinner and she said they didn't have anything .so I asked where I could get something from, and the young lad(a waiter i think) said he would get his father to drive me to the local cafe as he knew after cycling 90 km I was rather hungry so I put my best shorts ...

      Melres on the river Douro

      A travel blog entry by antonian81 on Oct 04, 2013

      3 photos

      ... but in this small village it would have been fine anyway. Managed to navigate Porto reasonably well this morning after our stock up shop in our village. And the fish market. Only went on the toll road for a couple of exits but hope that we will get away with it as we didnt want to be on that road in the first place! Not sure they would believe that but hey if the Portugese have not managed to sort their ...