Casa Santos Murteira

Address: Rua de Sao Pedro 68/70/72, Alcacovas, Alentejo, 7090041, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rua de Sao Pedro 68/70/72, Alcacovas, is near Blandy's Wine Lodge.
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Travel Blogs from Alcacovas

Back tracking

A travel blog entry by raynestroebel on Oct 14, 2015

5 photos

... cascade from north to south. In the north there is a huge casino, olympic swimming pool, very fancy Sea Point like apartments. As one goes south (as things do inevitably) it gets more like Strand, then the old part of Muizenberg, until the village spills over in a fishermen's little hamlet, complete with fishwives and stray dogs, boats that seem to not be seaworthy, old men with self inflicted tattoos and the odd prostitue. (Really odd in that her skin looks ...

Our 10 day stay in Portugal

A travel blog entry by eric_and_annie on Mar 08, 2015

1 comment, 69 photos

... have a sound head on my shoulders (and my wife standing next to me). I grabbed him instead and confronted him. He looked at me dumbfounded and was looking around like I was the crazy one. Instead of fist feeding him I tapped the guy he was trying to rob and let him know what was happening. Next thing we know this guy is getting off at the next stop. The people in the tram were a little astonished at what had just happened and some of the locals on the tram warned us that ...

On t' road

A travel blog entry by mike_lickfold on Jun 21, 2014

32 photos

... sweeping overhead in the dozens, an eagle flies by with a snake in its mouth, the countryside changes rapidly, prehistoric dolmens, roadsides spotted with blue and the red of poppies, huge grey rocky hills, green woodlands... on to Burgos for the next night. we have figs peaches cherries tomatoes flat peaches round peaches nectarines the like of which we never see in Oz which compensates a little for being starved of Aussie Rules, VB, and the Visionary, Intelligent, Progressive world ...


A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 30, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... production of Port. There are too many stories to tell them all....history...

The Cathedral District crowns the city of Porto's upper level. We reached this by travelling up a Funicular, very helpful and it certainly was easier to get to where we were to start our walk of the city. This photo of the bridge, Ponte de Dom Luis I built in 1886 links the southern bank, it is two tiered and quite splendid. It was built by an assistant of Gustave Eiffel (Eiffel ...


A travel blog entry by kaytethegreat on Jul 07, 2013

6 photos

... houses that cling to the steep hills at the mouth of the Douro River. The Douro spills into the Atlantic making Porto the strategic city for exporting Portuguese goods to their allies in Britain. The city was both charming and shocking at the same time. We would round a bend and gasp at an ornate church or tile mosaic. Then we would head down a side street and immediately confront desperate poverty. There ...