Hotel Rural Quinta do Marco
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and steep, steep climbs....I doubt that stilettos are a big seller over here! We wandered and climbed and climbed to lookouts - miradouro - not doing anything in particular but just soaking up the great atmosphere. I really love this place, and could see immediately why Kate suggested this trip. Her Portugese served us very well throughout and it feels good to have one person who can communicate so easily - ...
... which is on an estuary at the juncture of two rivers that flow into the Atlantic nearby. Vila Gale is a Portuguese chain of resorts. The grounds are beautiful and our room is fine - small, but quiet with a patio. The pool is gorgeous and there is a nice spa and lovely restaurant. The property is historic and very well-maintained. We plan to have a low-key 3 nights here after a very strenuous ...
We like guided tours better than bumping around on our own, hoping to find the most interesting things to see, which we rarely do. So before leaving home, I'd searched the internet for tour guides in the Algarve region. Well, there aren't many because most visitors go there for the beaches and the resorts. But luckily I stumbled across a couple who conducted private tours in the eastern Algarve, precisely where we were staying. We ...
I'm finding it harder and harder to get motivated to write this every day, so today's post is for 2 days and will be the last post for a while. Maybe the last - period. We'll see.
Yesterday wa a sunny windy cool day with a high of about 18 degrees. After a morning walk along the boardwalk and a path beyond we travelled to the town of Tavira about 5 km away. This is the original town here, before the tourism industry moved in, old buildings, a castle, Roman Bridge, ...
... elderly (79) English woman, who, it emerges, hails from South Shields, although she has not lived there for some 40 years.
She recommends a restaurant (Tirimasu) for lunch. We walk the two miles to the restaurant, only to find, it is closed on Mondays! Fortunately, there is another restaurant open a short distance along the road, so, all is not ...