Casa de Terena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... we struggled to park the car. A large event (some festival or other) had been held over the previous weekend and the major car parks we had identified were in the process of removing a huge tented village, funfair and retail stalls. Eventually we came across some spaces in a side street and set off on foot for the city centre where first stop was for lunch in Giraldo Square, lined on all four sides by fine white and ochre buildings, many with the characteristic wrought ...
After breakfast we chill out in our room till noon and then set off for Évora. It is about an hour and a half drive. It is sunny and about 26 degrees so we take the roof down. The first part is on a country road where the surface is not that good but we are in no hurry. We then get on to a toll motorway for the last 20 miles or so. Yet again we are practically ...
Today we returned to the Lisbon airport to retrieve the lost luggage. Then it was off to Evora with a stop at Cromeleque dos Almendres (the Portuguese Stonehenge approx 5500 BC) and at Anta Grande do Zambujeiro ( large megalithic dolmen 4000 - 3000 BC). Both sights require a drive down a long dirt road and one had huge potholes. We arrived at our hotel around 4:30 and since most of the sights close at 5 we just tried to get oriented. After walking around for 1.5 hrs we ...
... They stroll arm and arm down the orange blossom scented streets. The dogs strut contentedly beside their masters wearing bejewelled collars and little jackets. Even the horses are well fed with shiny coats and braided tails. Our visit to Sevilla was brief but we made good use of our limited time. We glimpsed the great bull fighting El Arenal. We marvelled at the third largest Cathedral in the world. It houses the elaborate tomb of Christopher Columbus and ...
... palais ruins were a nice retreat from the afternoon sun.
After immigrating indoors from the heat later in the afternoon we went out again to see the Roman aqueduct, interestingly houses had been built in the arches, the Roman Theater and cathedral.
We prepared a vegetable and cheese dinner from items gathered from the local market and watched the sun set from the rooftop terrace whilst chatting with other travelers.