Hostel Pereira Guesthouse
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... hilly and green with towns of white buildings with red tile roofs. Nazare is a beach town with an upper town on the cliffs and a lower town on the beach. There is a funicular or tram on a cog wheel track to get people up and down that don't want to drive. We are staying right on the beach with the Atlantic practically at our doorstep. Our corner room faces the ...
... and it served as both a military and religious centre. As part of the order, you would serve first as a monk and from there a chosen few were selected to become a knight who would fight to save the religious order. The building was huge and like many other structures was added onto over the centuries. On the day we visited it was misty and cool which made wandering around seem even more realistic as you looked up at the grey gothic architecture with the ...
... have natural they said. There was one one wine that really stood out. It was white, but the fellow refered to it as a red wine because it was made from red grapes but the skins were not added in so the color was white. It was excellent.
another interesting thing I saw on the way down was wind mills. They were just like the ones that Don Quiote was dueling with. Very picturesque! That is it for now. I hope to be out of here tomorrow. Adventure Barbie
We left Porto this morning and arrived in Nazare, an ocean resort village. We have been blessed with 90 degree weather in the third week of October. We headed straight to the sand after checking into the hotel. We sat and watched the sun set and breathed the salt air. There are huge waves that hit here sometime, although today was calm. The world's record for surfing was set here.
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The family travelled to Lisboa to see off James and Berenice, and Diana, Maria's sister. We are grateful for a quiet day so we drove the short distance up the coast to Nazare in pouring rain. Nazare is repute to get some of the largest surfing waves in the world but today it was comparatively flat. We had a large breakfast in the apartment but since it was 3 pm it was time to eat AGAIN. We chose a small restaurant and ...