Hotel Dom Jorge De Lencastre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... sea it is without doubt the best scenery with have seen so far on this little adventure. We arrived at Sagres, which lends it's name to the countries national beer 'Sagres' - the anchorage is really picturesque and with only 3 other boats it was a doddle anchoring - we were definitely better tonight at it than last night for sure. After we anchored and made sure we were secure, we rowed ashore for a well earned beer, it was a must to drink Sagres in Sagres ! Looking back from ...
... boat lifted at Portimao and fix the transducer and get the sail drive sorted at the same time but for now I'm hoping my quick fix works. After some lunch we unpacked the dingy (The Kitten) and blew her up then fastened her to the davits ready for when we start anchoring more often. She will be the equivalent of having a car when living in a house - ferrying us back and forth to shore for groceries and such forth. We then filled with fuel ready for the next leg of ...
From Porto to Lisboa (Lisbon) we chose the autopista that was closest to the coast, not close enough to see water, but away from the mountains, to give us a look at some different terrain. The further south we traveled, the flatter and dryer the land got. Most of the farms were still small with vineyards, corn, orange groves, tomatoes to mention a few. We still saw eucalyptus being planted and harvested even though the soil appeared to be mostly ...
Today was a pretty big driving day, we made in to a place called Sines expecting it to be nice beach town to wait out the heat of the day but no such luck, it was a horrible industrial place. This meant we had to keep on driving down the coast sweating in the car waiting for a swim stop. We then hit the jackpot! Driving along the cliffs we noticed some amazing ...
... we met later for drinks ahead of dinner. Each family had a huge suite on either corner of the building comprising a huge bedroom, living room, foyer, and bathroom, all with massive windows looking out over the hills. The bed K and I shared was the widest I have ever seen. Five people could have sit across.
Anna and I left to explore the ramparts and towers, and we ran into Jeff and Charlotte doing the same thing. We later returned to find ...