Torre Praia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... a tourist attraction! Unfortunately no big waves today but a lovely place! Driving via some scenic coastal towns we stopped at the walled medieval village of Obidas. This was a charming tourist town with lots of craft shops and an interesting little tavern where we enjoyed a half bottle of local white wine. We walked around the wall and all through the town and I bought a cork necklace there. Really ...
... through it, take some photos and videos, mesmerised by nature, before heading off and finding a park in town. Because my diet is so strict now, we go to the supermarket and buy what I call “Taleesha Friendly Foods (TFF)” and we have lunch in a nearby park.
It’s getting late in the afternoon so after lunch we walk along the marina and back to the car by 5pm-ish. Sintra where we are ...
... with a light jacket. We haven't really done much. We lost an hour last night as the Ship's clocks were advanced by 1 hour taking us into the correct time zone for our next port of call at Cherbourg. Or sh-Borg as some passengers have been calling it... I have given up on my geography homework. I am too tired to do any work today. This evening was formal. We had our formal photos taken before heading for food. We had food at the saffron ...
... as we are now higher up in the Peninsular Club. In the Main Dining Room (MDR) we had a table for two and sat between two tables of two with two people on the two of the tables two with two waiters. Two. One of the twos described themselves as posh...... Hmmm.... Not in the MDR wearing jeans & a t shirt you're not. Tonight we watched Reel to Reel, which is one of the production shows by Headliners Theatre Company. One ...
Oliveira de Azemeis to Grijo Some days really test you physically and mentally and today has been one such day. Over 95% of the terrain in the 8 hour walk has been on asphalt, through fairly uninspiring towns, suburbs, light industrial areas. In the morning there was also heavy drizzly rain to contend with. Mentally, you have to break down the day into three or four chunks with cafe stops to have a coffee ...