Travel Blogs from Guarda
I left to Portugal as every year, to see my cousins and there also because I am Portuguese origin.
I adore this country, they are very welcoming, we eat atypical dishes there, it is excellent.
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is really trés beautiful, there is many sun there low, him(it) make
very lime, I have in quite 2 am 30 of flight(theft), because I leave by
plane, there vpoiture there is one can near 48 hours of road!
It is really ...
... Iberian peninsula. The Spanish are very formal, appeared rather chauvinistic about thier language, and stayed up too late to eat dinner. The Portuguese are much more laid back, which appealed to us as Australians. They appreciated us trying to speak their language, but most spoke very good English and did not seemed perturbed to do so. In Spain, foreign TV shows were dubbed into Spanish. In portugal, foreign TV shows have Portuguese subtitles. ...
... huge breakfast, as normal, before we checked out of the Vincci Hotel, and decided to begin the driving. We drove for about 200 metres and stopped because we saw a basketball ring. We had to ask a group of Uni students to move for just a few minutes, so we could take of photo of Conor playing basketball for the selectors of the teams back home. We did so and ended up playing for 20 minutes on another free court a few miles down the road. By now it was ...
... uncomfortable bed the mattress being far too hard and am just catching up on things as I will not be attempting the great treck into town again. I went for a short walk and found a cafe to buy some water etc. The rest of the time was spent more or less plotting the rest of our trip right through to Athens so that I have a sort of idea as to where we are off to next and to see how it fits in as the time is slowly running out.
Wonder what our night train trip will be ...
The last Friday in February, Tiago and I drove up to get the rest of my stuff from O Barco. It's a 6 hour drive and we arrived at 3am. By 5pm on Saturday, we were on our way to Serra da Estrela to lift the anxious gloom cloud from my head! Covilhã is the jumping point for all kinds of adventures in the Serra da Estrela mountain range in central Portugal. Torre is the highest point in the country besides Pico in the Azores, but I say that ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking