Residencial Dom Carlos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I think I must be the only tourist in the town! There isn't much to do here except look at churches! I think there must be about thirteen. People keep asking me of I am a pilgrim. I guess Fatima is not far from here and a lot of people go there. Not high on my list. I am going to meet the woman who has the workaway horse farm here and may not meet her for another day so ...
Since we've slowed down to let Allen's back heal and since it is low season for tourists we enjoy watching the locals. There are several groups of 3 or 4 older men that hang out at various corners and solve the worlds problems. Old ladies walk around in short full skirts with leggings, aprons, scarves and shawls. Many are widows all in black. The beach is horribly littered in the morning with all sorts ...
... hilly and green with towns of white buildings with red tile roofs. Nazare is a beach town with an upper town on the cliffs and a lower town on the beach. There is a funicular or tram on a cog wheel track to get people up and down that don't want to drive. We are staying right on the beach with the Atlantic practically at our doorstep. Our corner room faces the ...
... would later strike in the form of wars or plague, and the town would fall into decay. In the case of central Europe, bubonic plague was often the specter, and in Germany, the devastating 30 Years War threw much of the country into chaos. A once-thriving town would go into hibernation, an economic slumber that preserved the stout medieval architecture in its quaint, gingerbread-like state. ...
We left Porto this morning and arrived in Nazare, an ocean resort village. We have been blessed with 90 degree weather in the third week of October. We headed straight to the sand after checking into the hotel. We sat and watched the sun set and breathed the salt air. There are huge waves that hit here sometime, although today was calm. The world's record for surfing was set here.
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