Hotel Ordem De Santiago

Address: Rua Rui Coelho 47, Alcacer do Sal, Alentejo, 7580-168, Portugal | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Rua Rui Coelho 47, Alcacer do Sal.
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      Last Villa Day

      A travel blog entry by amsterdam01 on Sep 26, 2014

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      A lazy last day, doing some washing, walking, running, swimming, and checking Bess has not had her piglets. Also went out to lunch at 2.30pm. Both went for a run this morning along a newly discovered track that keeps us off the main road, and away from mad locals. Then big breakfast, and a boiled egg, and some cafe poolside. We have to walk 100m to the pool, so need to use multiple baskets to get all the supplies there. Sat around until about 1pm. Then back after ...

      Alan Morschel's Birthday today

      A travel blog entry by amsterdam01 on Sep 25, 2014

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      Woke to a bright sunny day, which climbed to 27 degrees. So nice that we swam this morning, prior to going to a late birthday lunch in Evora, at a posh restaurant. Pool water ( fed by a spring) about 19 degrees. Walked this morning to see how the lambs were doing; and then tried to put an under piece on Bill's car that he had knocked off in the creek. Failed, so chucked it in the boot. ...

      Lisbon to Olhao

      A travel blog entry by johnodo on Apr 18, 2014

      Last morning in Lisbon. Back to the galleries. First was Modern Art which had 3 artist exhibitions. Rui Chafes had an exhibition of steel really good and there were similarities between some of his designed and what we saw in the torture exhibition in Salamanca. Nadir Kaabj-Linke is a Tunisian who had installations about the hardship of war and impact on ordinary ...

      Wanda's Wonders

      A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Aug 15, 2013

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      ... hillside to the River Sado. It was indeed as picturesque as we'd been promised.

      Wanda bought us drinks and fish croquettes, then we walked up and down the alleyways between the houses. Strung across them were lines and lines of fluttering pendants and faded decorations made from newspaper. They had been put up to celebrate the feast of Maria.

      We passed the street of Rats, where the rubbish had been thrown in days ...

      Moaning Mytle strikes again!

      A travel blog entry by seize-the-day on Nov 27, 2009

      ... We have satellite TV and lots of games! The only thing that could be better is our internet access!! We are finding it harder to get wi-fi here in Portugal, France was great for access but really that is the only thing we've got to moan about! Apart from the wi-fi issue and the lack of serviced aires I have to say that Portugal is definately my favourite country so far. As for favourite town that's a lot harder, I loved Tomar but I also loved Porto but ...