Herdade do Monte Branco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Monday morning we left Camping Turiscampo on the Western Algarve, joined the motorway, heading due north, so you could almost say we are on our way home despite still having several more weeks yet to go. Our journey of just over 200 miles used the congestion free motorways and was straightforward, with Camping Alentejo situated alongside the road a short distance beyond the small village of Evoramonte. With just 30 pitches in a rural setting this is more our type of site ...
... vehicle on it. We arrive at the Pousada de Évora or the Convento de Liois. As its name suggests it is an old convent which has been converted. We are lucky and get parked right at the door as there is only limited parking. We are offered an upgrade to a suite and decide to take it. The lounge has beautifully painted walls and ceiling and a chandelier. There ...
Today we returned to the Lisbon airport to retrieve the lost luggage. Then it was off to Evora with a stop at Cromeleque dos Almendres (the Portuguese Stonehenge approx 5500 BC) and at Anta Grande do Zambujeiro ( large megalithic dolmen 4000 - 3000 BC). Both sights require a drive down a long dirt road and one had huge potholes. We arrived at our hotel around 4:30 and since most of the sights close at 5 we just tried to get oriented. After walking around for 1.5 hrs we ...
... King Ferdinand of Saxe Coburg-Gotha who had artistic pretensions and no taste. We took a bus down to the coast to Cabo da Roca to stand at the western-most tip of Europe. The Atlantic looked vast and wild, with huge breakers running into the cliffs. So where are the surfers, I wondered? Kerry thought the Atlantic looked much larger than our oceans. (She hasn't got a very big brain.) We learned a lesson about where to eat, a lesson we have ...
... or meal and makes a wonderful place to people watch.
Capela dos Ossos (English: Chapel of Bones)
From James Weldon Johnson's Ezekiel inspired song;
(dis)connected from the neck bone
Neck bone connected from the shoulder bone
Shoulder bone connected from the back bone
Back bone connected from the hip bone
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