- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Quinta da Aeleda is one of the finds that makes the Uniworld cruises an unique boutique experience. The beauty of the countryside of vineyards leading to Penafiel, Portugal gives only a sampling of what awaits at Guinta da Aveleda.
The gardens kept by the Guedes who have owned the Aveleda Vineyards for 15 generations. Actually the grounds are more a fantasy forest than what we would call formal gardens. Each bush, tree and ...
... with pine trees. Odd mix. Speaking of timber, I am amazed at the things here that are made of cork...shoes, handbags, watch straps, hats, ugg boots...I guess they know that corks for bottles are disappearing.
So today we went to Coimbra - a strong university town with some history. The Uni is over 750 years old and has an amazing library, luckily I took a couple of photos before I realized that none were allowed. It was also interesting to see ...
... house. An unbelievable place, packed with original arts and crafts designs which she sells. Her work--every piece original and unique--is, in fact, a mainstay of the Loginha Shop inventory in Tavira. Dianne is certain there would be a strong market for her work in the United States, especially New York, if only we could find a way to market it there.
The evening was really fun, in spite of the fact that we had driven for seven hours in wet, rainy conditions to ...
... past as we drove to Castelo de Vide. We saw quaint little house in small, roadside villages, lush green pastures, grazing cattle, sheep and pigs, fruit orchards and thousands of towering trees before finally arriving at our destination. Oh, how I loved exploring the picturesque town of Castelo de Vide, with its Jewish Quarter filled with old, whitewashed buildings, and the modern part crammed with shops, houses, cafes, and family run ...
Today's stage was short and at 13h30 I was already in Porto. I could therefore proceed to my plan to rest near the beach in Matosinhos.
The entrance in Porto was made through the pedestrian line of D. Luís bridge which I have never done. There is a very very beautiful view of Porto from the top of this bridge. When I was taking photos a person started to talk with me. He was Swiss and also did several bike trip. One of the bike ...