Monte Cabeco do Ouro
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... put in an appearance on the new lure we purchased in Sines - This time it's been tied on correctly so hopefully we don't lose this one as quick. Two hours later there were pods of Dolphins everywhere chasing fish and only a few even bothered with the boat which is strange, they usually mob it. Still no fish on the lines though. We passed Cape Vincent at 6pm, the scenery is breathtaking, the photos won't do it justice, what a stunning place it really is, cliffs and caves rising ...
... markers are set at - another job for when she's either the out the water or next to the quayside. Not having a depth gauge will also be a pain when anchoring, you can go off the chart datum but it is more reassuring knowing the correct depth so that needs replacing as soon as possible. We dropped the anchor a couple of times, then set it by putting the boat in reverse and going back to make sure it was well set, then let out a load more chain to be sure - were ...
... night, a Novotel. After deciding how far we wanted to drive today, this Novotel was the closest we could find and easiest and economical to reserve directly online. Jim used to stay in Novotels in the 80's when he lived in Europe and was curious to try one again. They are sort of like a European version of the old Holiday Inn chain. After a 360 mile drive, we just vegged the rest of the afternoon and had a pizza in the Novotel snack bar for ...
... in between them, the best beach spot we had come across thus far. We spent the afternoon snoozing and swimming on a couple of the little beaches before continuing our trek in the evening. We noticed another good spot as we crossed a bridge to park up for the night, right by the water looking across a cool little town that looked similar to the white houses on ...
We arrived at 3 on a camping about 2.5 km in the outskirts of Lisbon so perfect to take a bus to visit town. We got installed and went into town. I've been here only ones as we booked to stay a day coming back from Brazil and I loved it so here another chance to have a closer look. We got the bus practically in front of the camping and got out at Belém in front of the Mosteiro dos Jeronimos and went straight away for the famous pastel de Belém, miammiiii, ...