Dom Manuel Hotel

Rua Gago Coutinho, Lagos, Algarve, 8600-593, Portugal | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lagos

Fabio Reis

A travel blog entry by austin.dixon27


... learned everything he knows today on his own with some time spent shadowing other chefs. I then began to ask a couple questions related to culinary appropriation. -I asked him what he thought was the biggest influence from Africans/Afro-Europeans. His reply was that they had a large impact on spices and how things are seasoned. -I asked him if that influence came from from the past or present interactions. His ...

Cliff Notes

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers


... walk along the road to reach the next beach, we stayed in the cliffs, skirting the ocean as we picked our way through the brush. The views were incredible and the hiking was a very nice change of pace. We descended to Praia do Camilo, which was an even smaller beach cove, but less crowded since it is harder to reach. We stayed at Camilo beach for some time, even briefly wading into the frigid water and deciding the beach was more pleasant on the shore. ...

Central and Southern Portugal

A travel blog entry by jrdow2


... to Belem - Lisbon and we checked into our awesome apartment. The bathroom was bigger than our van!! It was very modern, and with a fridge (and freezer!!!), tv, toaster, kettle (!!!), balcony, couch, fast wifi and fully equipped kitchen. We didn't realise how much we'd missed these out-of-van basics. We had a great time for my birthday in this apartment, although at night it felt as though the trams were running through the room. We spent the day seeing the old town of Belem ...

1434. Back Across the Bridge

A travel blog entry by nathanphil


... across the long bridge across the bay... and to Portimao. My Lagos Superhike is officially over. Summary of my Lagos Superhike. This Superhike allowed me a number of snapshots of real life in small town Portugal and its simple charm... it also allowed me a look at some of the faded grandeur of yesteryears in castle towns like Silves and ...

1431. Bonus Point Hike

A travel blog entry by nathanphil


... was a mosque now). Eventually the city faded in importance being replaced by Faro...

It's lunch and I'm determined to enjoy my favorite Portuguese dish: grilled garlic chicken. There's a chicken place right at the entrance of the city which is a little pricey--but much cheaper if I order my half a chicken for take out... Works for me! Nearby there's a nice park along the river where the chicken tastes just as good--for half the price.


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    TripAdvisor Reviews Dom Manuel Hotel Lagos

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding