Senhora da Guia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Indoor pool
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... nature really does have some treasures. Another fruitless day fishing even though we covered about 55 miles, need to have a rethink on a new strategy. We arrived just before dark in Sines the birth place of Vasco de Gama the famous Portuguese explorer. Then after dinner of Beef Madras we had a quick venture up to the castle and old town but in need of a good nights sleep we didn't stay out long. Tomorrow we will decide wether to move on or wait a day or two to recharge our ...
... comes to my door dressing to go out- I in my pajamas with tea and says, "what are we going to go do for dinner?" Its Sunday night I am in desperate need of some alone time but, I rally and Daniel Ludi and I head out for Tapas at a local bar. We have fun and walk home. I can’t say I am excited to leave- I would like to see a little more of Lisbon but I am also excited to move to our next adventure. Barcelona- here we come.
... elsewhere and then castle had a variety of uses, such as a prison and arms depot. In 1755 Lisbon suffered a huge earthquake which destroyed much of the city as well as the castle. The ruins remained until 1938!!! Major reconstruction started!!!
We found our way home completing over 15,000 steps (about 5 miles). We wandered down the hill to eat a pretty unremarkable but inexpensive dinner, came home and collapsed. ...
... through the elegant old town past the the Citadel ( military fortress) located on the right bank of the Tagus river.
Found a bike hire place for 8 E near the marina and cycled the path following the coast northwards.
Passed so many beautiful sights:
Santa Maria a beautiful creek/ inlet swimming in green water at the foot of a ...
... 3 wonderful weeks and headed for Lisbon, we took the scenic route and along the way stopped at a village near Cercal. We had noticed tents in a paddock and assumed it was a farmers market day, which it was. As it was lunchtime, we found a table in a makeshift outdoor restaurant and ordered their grilled peri peri chicken with salad, bread and olives. I can say without hesitation ...