Tryp Montijo Parque
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... Roca which is the Western most point of Europe. The waves here during this season are almost too big for the pro's. The last day we witnessed waves over 6 meters or more. We stood on the cliffs above Praia Grande (about 150 ft up) and looked down at the monsters rolling in from the Atlantic.
We stayed with Ralph (partner) for 5 nights and loved the lodge ...
... Manueline and Moorish styles in the present palace is, however, mainly the result of building campaigns in the 15th and early 16th centuries. Nothing built during Moorish rule or during the reign of the first Portuguese kings survives. The earliest surviving part of the palace is the Royal Chapel, possibly built during the reign of King Dinis I in the early 14th century. Much of the palace dates from the times of King John I, who sponsored a major building ...
... the Praco do Comercio and a busy walking street full of restaurants and street performers. Our spirits are high and we head downstairs in search of somewhere likely to have dinner. The supply of drugs in the city seem extraordinary, before we had gone 100 metres Sean had been asked twice if he wanted to buy ... anything, any form of illicit substance was on offer. Even during dinner while sitting at our table sipping sangria we were told to finish our drinks so we could ...
... public transportation. Now id say it's more of a touristy thing as the line to go up was really long. We decided to save that for tomorrow. We went on the tourist tram which took us around the city and to the Castle where we got off and walked around. We got the tram back into the city center. It's crazy that cars just double park all over in the city, like on the tram tracks so the tram driver has to ring the bell for them to move or the tram ...
... place and were able to join the tour as it had just started. The guy was a local guide and wanted to take us to places that weren't the main touristy places because we could easily see them on our own without a guide. So we saw things that had a lot of history and stories behind them. We learnt about the church with no roof, destroyed by a powerful earthquake in the 1500s, like nothing that had ever happened before it! We walked ...