Dom Pedro Portobelo
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... A women's group. Three yachts were already in the water and this one was preparing to go. Lagos was a walled town, so we entered by what was a gate, there were no walls left to speak of, but they had been built in the 14c. It was a lovely little place, again had shiny square cobbles and narrow streets and alley ways. Lots of tourist shops mixed with ordinary ones and bars cafés and restaurants . We only had half an hour there as the car was on a meter, so we walked back via the ...
We are having trouble with the internet, and I'm having problems getting photos from phone to I pad, when I sort it I will post photos. Matt, I can't open your reply on 5th Nov sorry. Yesterday we just walked the beach again, the tide was higher and we had a Neil Kinnock moment when the incoming tide decided to do a huge wave and we had to run from it, needless to say, it was faster than us and I ended up with wet shoes and ...
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We stayed at a B&B we found on airbnb. It was a lovely big room on the top floor with our own huge terrace and great views. The hosts Rui and Filomena and their 14 day old son were lovely hosts. We were served our breakfast each day on the terrace each morning. At $62 CND per night for lodging and breakfast we are finding Portugal cheaper than Spain for lodging and eating out.
Tavira sits on a river a couple of kilometers from the ocean. ...
... drive up, about 21k was lovely, all the trees still have their leaves and are green. We saw some view points but they were on the other side of the road, heading for them on the way back. We reached here.... Should have thought... Hills colder. We are in a cafe now, the only ones in shorts and sandals. It has rained, but the sun is now out. We went on to walk up the hills to a vantage point.the ...
... and a sunbathe on the balcony we went to try and find these. After walking as far as the town we hadn't found any. The tide had been up, the wind was warm and we were the only ones on the beach, apart from two fishermen, it was beautiful. However, as we hadn't found the shells, we cut up into the town for a beer, that turned into two, then a crepe and a coffee, because by that time it was ...