Esperanca Centro (Luna Hotels)

Address: Avda Luisa Todi 220, Setúbal, Estremadura, 2900 452, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Avda Luisa Todi 220, Setúbal, is near Troia Golf and Museu da Setubal.
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      A travel blog entry by superhikes on Feb 11, 2020

      6 photos

      ... here in Portugal, so I decide to make an exception. It turns out he’s a Ukranian who doesn’t speak Portuguese very well… We still manage to communicate a bit… then I head on my way… I wander to the north side of town to an even livelier Brazilian neighbourhood and then back to the bus station. Overall, I’ve enjoyed this cheerfully unpretentious working class ...

      This is the Place

      A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jul 17, 2014

      28 photos

      ... Off

      After 10 days in the rental car moving from place to place, and then getting to Lisbon, it was time to take a day off and relax.

      We planned an itinerary for our remaining 3.5 weeks in Portugal. We booked a hotel for our final days in Portugal where they would let us store one backpack, with our cold weather and excess stuff, while we visited northern Portugal with only the other backpack. It will be nice to lighten our load ...

      Futebol, mais do que apenas um jogo.

      A travel blog entry by jgrant40 on May 15, 2014

      1 photo

      ... Benfica vs Sevilla game.

      Using football as a tool to observe the culture of a group of people may seem ridiculous to some, but in reality it makes perfect sense. Many Portuguese fans of football have been fans their whole life, and they are just as invested in the sport as they are in other major areas of life. It seems as if football is more than just a game to the Portuguese. It has been woven into their life, and it is a perfect representation of their feelings towards bigger ...

      Day 3 Lisbon

      A travel blog entry by drudell on Mar 16, 2014

      12 photos

      ... are other things". There is a vegetarian dish of pita bread & chickpea curry that is shown and Donna asks about. He doesn't know, but is happy to find out. The answer is " of course we will have it" So, what the heck, we like Juan and in we go. He suggests to me the Cod. Cod is a big thing in Portugal and I haven't had it yet, so I think maybe. I ask him how it's cooked and he says "oh! I don't cook it! I will bring it to your table!" Well, apparently ...

      North and Central Portugal

      A travel blog entry by jrdow2 on Aug 15, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      We met a Portuguese man while in Mexico - he told us how great this country is, and also said we'd never go hungry. He was spot on...We finished up in Northwest Spain and crossed the border into Northern Portugal - a very windy and exposed part of the world! We found a small town which we stopped to fill the van with petrol only to find the streets were decorated in umbrellas! We are still not sure why but it looked great. Within half ...