Travel Blogs from Alcacer do Sal, Portugal

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Wanda's Wonders, Alcacer do Sal, Portugal travel blog

Wanda's Wonders

A travel blog entry by rachelkw

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... (a village filled with the descendants of African slaves). Wanda was a fount of information on the history of everything we passed. Alcacer do Sal means 'Castle of the Salt trade', and as such it has a castle on the small hill that has been turned into a ...

Emergency exit, Alcácer do Sal, Portugal travel blog

Emergency exit

A travel blog entry by renard

2

... stopping and driving backwards when she saw me on the road) I managed to find someone who would take me... back to Alcácer do Sal. Tomorrow I will rest here for one day and then I will start my hitch-hiking tour. At least now all destinations are open, ...

A long walk, Alcacer do Sal, Portugal travel blog

A long walk

A travel blog entry by jlimina

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We were up bright and early and decided to go for a walk after breakfast. Our first stop was right below us. Hard to imagine but this Pousada D. Afonso II was built at the end of the 20th Century on top of ruins from a Convent founded in 1573. Converting ...

Desbravando Lisboa com o Pessoa, Lisboa, Portugal travel blog

Desbravando Lisboa com o Pessoa

A travel blog entry by rafaeld

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... até em algumas brasileiras, como São Paulo. A melhor vista de Lisboa encontra-se no alto do morro. A propósito, como tudo que é realmente interessante em Portugal tem que ficar distante ou em cima de algum lugar de difícil acesso e bastante ...

Moaning Mytle strikes again!, Pego do Altar, Portugal travel blog

Moaning Mytle strikes again!

A travel blog entry by seize-the-day

... the only thing we've got to moan about!  Apart from the wi-fi issue and the lack of serviced aires I have to say that Portugal is definately my favourite country so far.  As for favourite town that's a lot harder, I loved Tomar but I also loved ...

Alcácer do Sal, Alcácer do Sal, Portugal travel blog

Alcácer do Sal

A travel blog entry by neidart

Paragem para refrescar a garganta. Cervejeira e mini camarões do rio, um pouco salgados mas deliciosos, comprados a umas senhoras na ...

Últimos momentos em Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal travel blog

Últimos momentos em Lisboa

A travel blog entry by rafaeld

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... mosteiro, resolvi levar meu tripé para poder fotografar melhor os lugares. Na entrada, verifiquei se era possível fotografar o interior do mosteiro, o que foi confirmado afirmativamente. E não é que, após quase 2h lá dentro, um lusitano cumprindo o ...

The boys take up fishing (again!), Pego du Alta, Portugal travel blog

The boys take up fishing (again!)

A travel blog entry by seize-the-day

... Myrtle' (the lady from the small van) came back to her van an hour later and wandered over so I said hello and asked, as you do, how she was and she replied she was fine except for the noisy generator!  Not a good start!  She then went on to ...

Sep 14, 2010, Alcácer do Sal, Portugal travel blog

Sep 14, 2010

A travel blog entry by carlacarvalho

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Sep 14, 2010, Santa Susana, Portugal travel blog

Sep 14, 2010

A travel blog entry by carlacarvalho

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Barragem Pego do Altar, Alcacer do Sal, Portugal travel blog

Barragem Pego do Altar

A travel blog entry by stevelizcleo

5

... Barragem, which is basically a reservoir/ dam. On the way up we carefully avoided the motorway as we had not registered on our entry into Portugal, so would be fined if we went on the toll roads. On reading about it it seems the Portuguese have a bit of a ...

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