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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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Where in gods name is Luso and why on earth would anyone detour and stay there? These my friends are valid questions but anyone who travels with Gary ******** tours knows to expect the unexpected. We drove from Lisbon and turned off the E1 towards Luso. The majority of bottled water sold in Portugal comes from Luso,it's a spa town ,population 2300. Our hotel was 2star but as usual the photos on booking .com had it looking much better than ...
... two girls topless sunbathing who coincidentally turned out to be Jade and Sophie! We all lay in the sun and browned and went for a really nice couple of swims. During one I found out we'd been solicited by a club promoter and were going to some club/pool party for fairly cheap entry with a drink included (Nim and Deejay intelligently opted to stay behind because they had a flight the next morning). We returned home for dinner and ...
... and former students that want to keep this national inheritance in honour. It was pretty good and afterwards we were asked to join them for a glass of porto in the garden at the back. Then we went for something to eat at a nice terrace in the last sun of the day before going back to the camping. 21st Today we wanted to visit the site of the roman city of Conimbriga about 15 km outside of Coimbra. It was a coincidence that we found this site as only ...
... shared a hazelnut dessert that had assorted textures (smooth lemon sorbet, crunchy hazelnut praline, smooth pastes of a egg basted cream and ground hazelnuts. We took the taxi there and back because Tina would have difficulty walking in heels and being dressed up with make up taking the subway. No complaints about the taxi charge, but the .8 euro charge to "call" a taxi each way bothered Tina because the receptionist at the hotel said there was no ...
... there were at least 8 eels below them in a yellow sauce. At first it looked as though it was curry, but it was not. Tina thought it may be turmeric and lemon juice, as the sauce had a sour taste to it. It was very yummy but the portion was quite large. At the end, we ate all the eel but not the potatoes. For the afternoon, Tina got to enjoy her shopping in a mall. She only bought a plate for $2 euros and tea towels, even though Zara is way cheaper here. ...