Robinson Quinta Da Ria

Tavira, Algarve, Portugal | Hotel
 

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Praia da Falesia and Faro

A travel blog entry by vincent.michon

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We made it to Faro, our last stop on the southern shore of Algarve. Trying to avoid the concrete nightmare and crowds of Albufeira beaches, we drove slightly to the east to reach a 3km stretch of white sand called Praia da Falesia. Still pretty busy, but as people were spread out it wasn't so bad, and the water was the warmest so far (maybe ...

Broken camera!!!

A travel blog entry by obrillips

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... between Dutch and Scottish. They seemed rad tho. In the morning we woke to hear the older couple making coffee on their WORKING gas stove. Self control almost failed, and we had to refrain from hopping out in our sleeping bags with our camping cups and terrible Nescafé in had to beg for hot water. Ahhh Nutella on bread fro breakfast again, our favourite. It was cloudy today, not very sunny. While we were eating a little black dog ran past and did ...

Another beach town

A travel blog entry by obrillips

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... do to the water and found the beach separated from lad by a large bar. There was a boat taxi service that drives you the few metres to the bridge for €0.75 each way. It was getting late so we decided to save the beach for the next day, and hunted for a gas canister or some groceries for dinner. Neither were available. Luckily we had left over couscous and some spices we could cook. The night was incredibly windy!!! The tent was ...

The best day of Yo's life

A travel blog entry by cthetravellady

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... We decided to at least tell the owner that we weren't coming, so we walked all the way back down the hill.. When we arrived, the owner said "no problem, come in and eat now, so we couldn't refuse.
We sat down and even though we were the only people in the tiny 6-table restaurant, we were immediately served the first course. We each received a giant mushroom filled with butter and ...

Our Lady of Deliverance Procession

A travel blog entry by curtcarlson

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... br> Though I could not understand much that was being said, even after several weeks of language lessons from Marcela, it was easy to imagine the ideas and admonitions in the priest’s year-end message, including familiar repeated words such as “santo,” “deus,” “cristo,” “padre,” and “salvo.” Without being obtrusive, I hope, I managed to take one picture of the inside ceremony. Dianne, on the ...

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This hotel, located in Tavira, is near Pego Do Inferno and Mount Foia.
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