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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
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... kind of hidden damage. The International Car rep said I needed to approve 153.75€ repair charge or she would keep the entire 750€ deposit hold.
I asked to see the manager and she claimed to be the manager. I asked for her business card. She said she did not have one. I asked her name and she refused to give me her name. So I took her picture with my phone and she called the police. After 10 minutes, I ...
We got up had breakfast and got out stuff together to leave. We chose Lagos as it in the middle of Sagres which was until Colombus found the new world the most western point of the world as they knew it and Portimão all three places we wanted to visit. We left at ...
... by barrow from there. The more highly coveted Flor de Sal is skimmed from the surface of the pans each day at 4 pm throughout the season, dried and bagged. It is NOT used for cooking, but only 'for after the heat' at the table. It also has a high moisture content so you can't use a shaker, but 'a pinch in your finger' is the best way to apply. We buy a small bag which should last a while - I'm saving it for corn on the cob!
We move a few kms. down the road to ...
... besides giving us a great reason to see some of the ancient churches in town.
Another great Tavira musical asset is the Banda Musical Tavira, a city-sponsored group that has been performing in Tavira since the 1920's. Musicians of all ages are invited to join the group. The great-sounding band performs around town at various venues and special occasions. We have seen the band in performance as a marching band in the streets and for ...
... already seen a couple places that turned out to be a bit too far away from town center for our liking. After a nice dinner at Guierrero’s, Dianne approached the maitre’ de (who turned out to be the owner, Jose Guierrero), who then asked chef Vera if she knew about any apartments for rent in the central part of town. She did.
To our surprise and delight, Jose invited us immediately to take us there in his car. We went to the Loginha Shop, which was, ...