BEST WESTERN Hotel D. Luis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We started the day with breakfast in our hotel, then met 3 others from our tour group and too a bus out to Coinimbriga, to see the old roman ruins. We spent a really nice couple of hours wandering around. There was ************e else around so it was very peaceful with lovely views. There were ruins there from houses, public bath houses, Roman Empire wall, an amphitheatre, & the city forum, the ruins dates from as far back as the 4th century BC to ...
A bit of a sleep in this mourning, we didn't get in till after midnight last night! We had breakfast around 9:30am then we went to explore the old university which opens at 10am. Unfortunately when we got there you had to purchase your tickets from a vending machine & there was no english description of what each ticket got you into, so we ended up buying the wrong ticket and couldn't get into the university without purchasing more tickets. So instead ...
... Why and how they built were they did baffles me. The little road we were on .. Well that Is Susy's fault ... Found a different way home, it wasn't much wider. The village of Piodao, lots of pictures ... They say it all. Interesting life for those that still dwell ...
... did I mention torrential rain. We are booked in for three nights at a Pousada, which is one of many historical buildings around Portugal, that have been converted into upscale hotels. This one is an old convent. Great mix of the old structures, with new woods. Rooms are excellent, and generally the service is awesome. Link to the web page that gets you access to the Pousada's ...
... undiscovered steps and is full of proposals for how to recover and utilise the land. My mind is more on home comforts and small scale plans. One very real concern is how habitable this place will be come winter. Our evening of sherry and bolo negro with the owners, and their English speaking son in law Anthony and his daughter Joanna, revealed to us that the roller coaster track does indeed become impassable at times in snow and the building ...