Albergaria do Calvario
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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S Morgens vroeg opgestaan en alweer kaas,hesp,broodje,fruitsap,koffie....ko mt zowat mijn oren uit..maar goed ..om 9.45 vertrokken in Ericeira...autostrade op..tot hiertoe Portugal heeft schitterende autostrades...
Na 2 uurtjes autostrade aangekomen in Guadeloupe waar we de megalietentocht hebben genomen.Dit zijn neolistische graven ...cromlech …
... Interestingly he was born in East Germany so witnessed the destruction of the Berlin Wall, we compared lifestyle, employment, interests and travel. We were later joined by Brian, also travelling solo, who although British now spends 10 months of the year in Europe, with a particular affection for the Algarve and this site. Brian's background is photography, specifically portraits, and coincidentally back in the 1970's he used the photographic laboratory where I was ...
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Our B&B offered an almost ridiculously lavish breakfast spread with everything local and fresh. The staff here is very friendly but works unbelievably hard, with everybody pitching in to help with every job. We would give this place 6 out of 5 stars.
... an outside terrace. Not only that but it is Room 101. Right outside the Pousada there are the remains of a Roman temple. We go for a walk round the town. There is a fair on this week but the stalls are selling junk, we have a drink in a cafe in the main square and then go back to the Pousada and go to the pool for a while. We have dinner in the Pousada which is ...
... of the Golden Gate bridge and off into the southern part of Lisbon...the Alentejo region. It is east and south. The weather was warmer today, 80 degrees. A welcome change to cool weather in Lisbon.
The landscape changed dramatically after we left Lisbon, more rolling hills, green grasses, Oak trees and Pine trees. Interspersed are cows, black pigs (not boar, black pigs that are a delicacy) and STORKS! They are all over...they make nests in trees, on power poles and anything ...