Termas da Curia Spa Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... Figuera da Foz. Quite a cool little beach town that seemed very set up for tourists. There was some kind of huge stage on the beach and it looked as though a festival was being set up, we found out the hard way that the festival started the next day...all through the night cars arrived and filled up the car park that we were parked up in, people were starting to party already and were honking horns and all sorts of nonsense. Not what you want at ...
... to get ready for an included activity - a fado concert. A fado performance is unique to Coimbra and is a musical style "invented" by students at the university. It consists of a singer, or singers, and an ensemble of guitarists which includes a mandolin type instrument which is unique to Portugal, the Portugese guitar. The songs they sing are about leaving the university, serenades for girlfriends, freedom and liberty etc. Some are very famous and are ...
... on how "Den-eeesh is delish." We also joked that we wouldn't be surprised if Dennis tracked her down and started to serenade her.
We walked back to our hotel, which was across the river. It was quite late and the old city was deserted, which made the walk that much more memorable. It was pitch black as we made the final part of the walk, alongside the grove in which Ines was reportedly murdered, and the adults had fun trying to spook the girls. ...
... ice cream loving peacocks in Cristos gardens. For 5.50€ ($8au) you received soup, bread, bottled water and the plate of the day... Which just happened to be fresh grilled sardines... See picture of Jordan salivating. The food was so good we returned the following days for Portugese delights and to get our vinho verde on. Asides from eating we are till trying to get over our urge to walk everywhere. So to spice ...
Leaving Obidos we saw our first cork trees. Cork, almond and olive trees became a familiar part of the landscape as we moved north to Coimbra.
Coimbra was the birthplace of six Portuguese kings and the seat of Portugal’s oldest university. The Romans found the city of Ammonium and an important Moorish center. In 1064 Ferdinand the Great of Castile captured the city. As the Portuguese drove the Moors ...