Casa de Terena
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Travel Blogs from Terena
... both feeling like we were back in the middle of an Australian summer, complete with the hot weather & flies (I was once again in trouble for not letting Dane get the bug zapper back at the Portuguese night markets!)!
We stopped for pizza for lunch (the only thing on the Spanish menu at the Italian restaurant we could be sure of what we were ordering!) & then checked into our ...
... recommended to try as being famous from the region Encharcadas; a dessert made from eggs,sugar and cinnamon, and 'Pao de Rala' another made from eggs, sugar, lemon rind, almond meal and pumpkin, almost a sweet bun with a filling. Both far too sweet for my liking, not something i need to try again.
We found the chapel and Capela dos Ossos, chapel of bones but arrived as they were closing for the afternoon. The nearby ...
... Grottos (caves). We decided on a one hour trip as Imogen was not interested in swimming it was not worth paying the 10 Euro more for this option, we had also not yet checked out of our room and needed to return by midday. The company we chose did not offer a one hour trip at the time we preferred so allowed us to join the 2 hour trip for the price of a one hour, returning to the port on the smaller grotto ...
I still had no idea that we had strayed out of the territory that Wanda knew well. She certainly didn't let on and just waved her hands as though she knew what she was doing. At 5pm we passed Evora, somewhere I'd crossed off our list because it was too far away - 165km if you go direct - despite it having Roman ruins, being a heritage site and being surrounded by megaliths. We love to visit standing stones and ...
... the coast of galicia. amazingly beautiful landscape and beaches with turquoise waters like you see them usually in tropical zones. the weather was better now but the sea is very very cold. something like 30 seconds...
there i met dan, betti and hada. hada is a American Staffordshire and means faire. i really think she have got the best personality I ever experienced at a dog. the perfect friend. dan, a surfer which enjoys his life in his mercedes truck ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking