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- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Kids pool
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Sorry about the sow post, have been out quite late the last couple of nights so I haven't managed to write anything.
We woke up on the 9th and moved hostels to the Gspot Party hostel which was rated the best in Lagos and we had wanted to stay there, hence the reason we moved.
From there we decided we needed something to eat so we found a small place called the Odium cafe that was the cheapest and best food ever. We ended up spending around 6 euros for a burger, ...
... seem to speak some English, but they are delighted when do don't have to - RESPECT! Yay Kate! Very warm welcomes and huge smiles seem to be the default attitude here. Although it's hot - about 30 degrees each day we were here - the city has thousands of trees and gorgeous shady squares where the temperature drops by 10 degrees and a refreshing breeze cools the happy flaneur at every turn ....oh joy and rapture ...
What a stunning day in the south of Portugal. As I mentioned in the last blog the day started off pretty slow having arrived at 5:30am or so bus arrival that was followed by sitting in the reception of our hostel for a long time.
Well we ended up sitting there until around 10:30am once we both mustered up the strength to get up and get going. I even during that time managed to find myself with my face against the wall sleeping.
We headed ...
... elderly (79) English woman, who, it emerges, hails from South Shields, although she has not lived there for some 40 years.
She recommends a restaurant (Tirimasu) for lunch. We walk the two miles to the restaurant, only to find, it is closed on Mondays! Fortunately, there is another restaurant open a short distance along the road, so, all is not ...
... to rain.
Now, I should explain, this should not be a problem. I am (usually) prepared for such eventualities.
I do this by the simple expedient of keeping my lightweight, waterproof cycle jacket in my backpack, and always ensuring I take my back pack with me.
At this point, Kathleen informs me, she had decided ...