Hospederia el Convento
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... mind and choosing the roads and routes as the feeling takes you. Thought local City some interesting back streets and again lots of closed businesses - but got to see different side of Portugal, could tell by the looks I reviewed that few Euro riders had been the way. Met some other Scottish bikers on BMW's Said you must be heading for .. Sounded good so put in sat nav. We all commented on the excellent ...
Its cloudy and not that warm in the morning on Viseu. Breakfast is ok but nothing special. They only have a self-service coffee machine which uses UHT milk so is pretty poor. I go out to buy some water and take some photos. Then we check out and head off for a village called Flora de Rosa and the Pousada de Crato there. Again it is motorway most of the way with hardly any traffic so it is an easy drive. The Pousada was once a monastery but has ...
... landscape looked like Central California along the coast.
From Portalegre, we climbed the mountain to Marvao on a very windy road. Marvao is an ancient Moorish castle town on top of the mountain that is very near the Spanish border and was used for centuries to protect the Portuguese against the Spanish. We parked at our charming little hotel and walked the town. We toured the Castelo Marvao and it's expansive grounds. It ...
... village about 5 miles away from Castelo de Vide on a much higher hill. From below the village and castle look impossibly high, but a road winds its way up the backside of the hill, and as in so many towns in Portugal you can drive right through the gate in the town walls and park inside (to defend your car from nighttime raids?) I hadn’t planned to stay in Marvao, but I was so taken by its stunning location and views that I decided ...
... br> We made one more stop at lovely small church "Igreja das Dominicas" with its beautiful tile work inside and painted pillars. We strolled through pretty lanes to the smaller Moorish castle at the town overlook.
It was getting to be 3 pm and we wanted to make it to Portalegre before the tapestry museum there closed at 6 pm.
The drive to Portalegre took us along ...
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