Hotel D. Luis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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Today we visited some fabulous Roman ruins at Conimbriga with great mosaics. Then it was off to a monument under UNESCO World Heritage protection, the Abbey of the Gothic Manueline "Mosteiro de Santa Maria de Vitoria" in Batalha. We finished the day with a visit to Fatima, the Catholic pilgrimage village where Our Lady appeared to 3 shepherd children in 1917. It was awful! Huge with ghastly tacky souvenir shops. Our accommodation tonight is the gorgeous Pousada de Conde de ...
... the river, etc. It’s quite a pretty town, and it sure would be prettier if the sun was out. We walk around the town and decide not to do the boat tour in and around the town because Aaron and I want to do the real thing in Venice, plus the weather doesn’t look promising and it looks like it will bucket down rain soon. We walk in and out of streets to try and find a café to take cover whilst the rain clouds pass, however Aaron and I find a shoe shop and we go into there. ...
Packed and ready to go early on a Sunday morning, we board our buses to ride a few hours to the port city. Raining again, we enter the city of Coimbra home of the oldest university in Portugal. Our guide walks us across the part of the campus that houses the schools of medicine and law towatds the Johannine Library. Over 200,000 ...
Bloody Hell whoever wrote this book must be ironman . Nice easy walk my little green foot. 26% sweltering as the 5 of us slogged through towns and industrial estates for hours. Finally got to Aguda to find another 2k straight up to the Albergue . Due to the height it is exceptionally beautiful and has washing facilities, cheap wine and a take away menu so I ...
... continued westward, to the coast and the town of Nazarre. Barbara had planned this visit, as she'd heard and watched repeatedly the videos of the tremendous waves for which this stretch of Portugal's "Silver Coast" is known. The highest waves ever surfed have all been recorded off the coast of Nazare, all exceeding 8-stories tall. There is evidently a huge underwater canyon near the town, which -- given the right conditions -- can produce the ...