Hotel Dom Jorge De Lencastre

Address: Praca D. Jorge De Lencastre 14, Grandola, Estremadura, 7570-136, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Praca D. Jorge De Lencastre 14, Grandola.
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    Travel Blogs from Grandola

    Leaving for Portimao

    A travel blog entry by ramblingsailors on Sep 08, 2015

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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 ...

    First time anchored

    A travel blog entry by ramblingsailors on Sep 07, 2015

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    ... markers are set at - another job for when she's either the out the water or next to the quayside. Not having a depth gauge will also be a pain when anchoring, you can go off the chart datum but it is more reassuring knowing the correct depth so that needs replacing as soon as possible. We dropped the anchor a couple of times, then set it by putting the boat in reverse and going back to make sure it was well set, then let out a load more chain to be sure - were ...

    Portugal - Lisbon (Setubal)

    A travel blog entry by jimandi on Sep 03, 2015

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    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 ...

    Tucked away beaches

    A travel blog entry by brunning on Jul 14, 2015

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    ... in between them, the best beach spot we had come across thus far. We spent the afternoon snoozing and swimming on a couple of the little beaches before continuing our trek in the evening. We noticed another good spot as we crossed a bridge to park up for the night, right by the water looking across a cool little town that looked similar to the white houses on ...

    Sardine, Anyone?

    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Jul 08, 2015

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    ... Barbara in the courtyard enjoying some ice-cold gin and tonics. Again feeling like aristocrats from a previous era, we enjoyed the setting and then made the embarrassingly short walk inside, where our table was set up for dinner. We were waited on by at least five waiters, each one with a specific duty of some sort. If I'd asked for a foot rub, I wouldn't have been surprised to see a sixth waiter appear from some hidden corridor. The theme for the ...