Ozadi Tavira Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOzadi Tavira Hotel
Lovely hotel refurbished to an excellent standard. The food and service was very good and facilities are up with the best.
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Hello again, After I published the first blog of today I noticed my heading was wrong. Sometimes the computer changes a word to what it thinks I meant and I neglected to proof read my entry. So the title has been changed to what it should have been in the first place! So only a couple of photos taken a couple of weeks ago and I just never included them before. So again, Happy New Year, Adventure ...
... Portugal! Not a very good history lesson.
Tomorrow I take the bus to Seville. It is about a 4 hour ride in a giant bus, the long distance buses are huge. The cost again is inexpensive...about $16.
Seville should be packed with places to explore and things to see. I have booked a room for a week, but may stay longer before I head down to Cadiz on the coast...to be seen!
Enjoy the few photos. Happy New Year, Adventure ...
... they must have dragged the boats up, now there is a big tractor that pulls the boats out of the water onto the beach and then returns them to the sea after the catch is uploaded. A short entry today, but I still hope you enjoy it. My best, Adventure ...
Just a day trip to check out this town that seems interesting in the travel books, but not so interesting when I got there. A lot of shopping streets, and not so great architecture. It is a river town with Spain on the other side of the Rio Guadiana. It was a twenty minute train ride from where I am staying, Tavira. Tomorrow ...
... with salad and fried potatoes, the meal was excellent and very cheap. We found the village of Arroteia nestling in an Atlantic inlet at the edge of the marshes and with several, shabby Fishermen’s huts, a cobbled together bar/cafe, and a rustic toilet in a lopsided shed; it didn’t give a good impression. But parking in between a blue hippy van, scrolled with white daisies and a Dutchman’s camper van, with an impressive handmade teak interior, ...