Hotel Lusitania Parque

Urbanizacao Quinta das Covas , Guarda, Northern Portugal, 6300-389, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Guarda

Stoned in Portugal

A travel blog entry by cemewa

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... with a very stylised step, relieved the guard and then to the recorded strains of what I assume was the Portuguese version of the last post, and the national anthem, stood at attention, saluted and then marched off. Very stirring.






We walked along the list of names and there were some families who had brought flowers, and touched names on the wall. Overwhelming. Very similar experience to the Vietnam war memorial ...

Meda

A travel blog entry by antonian81

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We didnt stop for lunch but continued through these beautiful undulating hills covered in vines and as we got higher olives and almonds eventually reaching the town of Meda. The main part of town appears to have been built very recently with a new ring road that circumnavigates it. In the centre there is a rocky outcrop with a campanile and a statue of 'our lady'. The ...

New country, New timezone, New language!

A travel blog entry by iloveeurope35

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... huge breakfast, as normal, before we checked out of the Vincci Hotel, and decided to begin the driving. We drove for about 200 metres and stopped because we saw a basketball ring. We had to ask a group of Uni students to move for just a few minutes, so we could take of photo of Conor playing basketball for the selectors of the teams back home. We did so and ended up playing for 20 minutes on another free court a few miles down the road. By now it was ...

The Fortified Village and Castelo Rodrigo

A travel blog entry by myjob

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Castelo Rodrigo is one of 12 historic villages in Portugal, and its medieval streets are breathtaking. The fortified medieval village is perched up on a isolated hill, giving a 360 degree view over spain and portugal. We spend our time wandering the narrow streets, former palace, Rocamadour Church, Jewish Quarters, synagogue, cistern and mikvah. In its prime, Rodrigo was a place of peace for harmony for Christians, Muslims and Jewish religions.


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Last Portuguese town for us

A travel blog entry by karinrauwerdink

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... on my way up so I asked in a shop. No English and with a lot of sign language I walked along this street until I found some cops and asked them. They pointed me into the general direction and I eventually managed to find the stop and thank goodness it actually had a name on it so I knew that I was at the right place. What a day.
The restaurant at the hotel didn't have some of the things on the menu that we wanted and this from an apparently 4 star hotel. It is meant to be ...

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