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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Continental Breakfast
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Today we visited some fabulous Roman ruins at Conimbriga with great mosaics. Then it was off to a monument under UNESCO World Heritage protection, the Abbey of the Gothic Manueline "Mosteiro de Santa Maria de Vitoria" in Batalha. We finished the day with a visit to Fatima, the Catholic pilgrimage village where Our Lady appeared to 3 shepherd children in 1917. It was awful! Huge with ghastly tacky souvenir shops. Our accommodation tonight is the gorgeous Pousada de Conde de ...
... hour. Arrived in Porto at almost 6 after training again from where we arrived to our hostel. Went out for dinner and to explore which was nice. Decided to not go out and instead went to a place for port and cheese as a treat. Also picked up ice cream on the way back. Porto is very ...
Rather hungover - woke up at 10.30 and then realized we had to be checked out at 11am. Hayd an I feeling exceptionally rough, he was up all night being sick haha. Headed for some lunch and chill time before the train at 3.30pm to Averio which was packed!! Hardly any sleep for the 3hr trip and very tried when we got in. Headed out for some dinner and then in bed asleep before 10pm. Off to the umbrellas tomorrow! Wooho - have to be ...
... candy striped houses. They were originally used by fishermen who painted them in bright stripes to stand out against the pale tones of the sand. They have since been converted into beach huts by holiday guests and are truly charming. I don't think I'll be starting the trend in Canberra though. Also on the beach front were vendors selling really yummy churros!
Our little house also offered a lovely view and so, on our second ...
... so in Portugal, there have been eucalyptus trees, some random, some plantations, everywhere, even on obscure mountain tracks.....oops, apologies, roads. Wattle is also in full bloom, think its the mimosa variety, and Margaret reckons there are other varieties of Australian natives as well. A bit hard to specifically identify species from the tollway at 120km/hr.
I'm sure all drivers who've been on european motorways know the ...