Termas da Curia Spa Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... I have seen and the people I met. Istanbul was not conducive to water colour sketching but I took lots of photos and hope to produce at least one for my collection. I have given up taking milk in my tea having gotten used to drinking it without......... The legacy from Norway is to eat even more fish and put interesting things in my ...
... change sheds, feels like the middle of nowhere. Huge old boats at one village would have been great to see them put into the surf. Ended up at Nazare which is known for 30 metre wave surfed by an American.Right off the lighthouse parking lot. Nazare has the women in the traditional dress of 7 petticoats, tartan socks and a shawl. Look like roosters with bows on their butts. It isn't just for tourists we saw ...
... Went to the markets and got cheese, ham n bread for lunch haha along with the rosado is wonderful. Oranges, bananas, mandarins n massive strawberries adds to our lunch etc for the day. 4 euro all up. We ended up going to portugals highest mountain and only ski area. Serra Estrela 1950m, drove up to top, snow still in places. People everywhere, kids on toboggans, views wow...it was a Saturday so everyone out for a picnic as beautiful day no wind, clear skies. Stayed at ...
... buildings are locked. Still there are people along the walkways, in the restaurants along the river and on the bridge. It feels good to get out into the sun and walk. I just wish Allen could go along. I found an inexpensive Pastelaria that makes sandwiches to "Take Away" which is nice for lunch. Dinner is a problem so we just eat at the hotel. The meals are frozen and reheated in the ...
... this trip classified as one giant workout. On the upside, I felt better about eating and drinking so much. But seriously Portugal - ever heard of a plain?
We wandered (read: climbed, painfully and slowly but with wide open eyes, ears, and nose to catch all the sights, sounds, and smell of the thin curvy cobblestoned streets) through the Botanical center and up to the Law Faculty of the University of Coimbra, which ...