Hotel Sao Joao de Deus
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A wonderful experience. The hotel was beautiful, the bedroom and bath were very spacious. The surrounding courtyard was green and lush with beautiful trees and flowers. The service was excellent. The fortress and hotel were a great find.
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Contis-Plage to Elvas May 16 to May 22 After three nights stay on the beach in Contis-Plage we were ready to head out on a new adventure. We followed the Coastal Highway south into Spain. Since there are no borders the only way we could tell that we had crossed into Spain was that the signage was now in Spanish. We stopped in a small town called …
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Our time in Portugal is coming to an end and we will miss Maria's family.
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... lintel above the entrance reads Nůs ossos que aqui estamos pelos vossos esperamos Per the translation at its side, it says; “We bones that are here, we are waiting for your's"
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... Spain) and the Battle of Albuhera in 1811
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