PLUS Hotel Santa Clara
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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPLUS Hotel Santa Clara Évora
Quite hard to locate but we found it almost by mistake. Compact good room. All conveniences. Quiet. Wifi useless unless you are in the bar. Good beds and pillows.
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A full house at the inn as we head to breakfast. Sharing a table with Canadians from Calgary, we discover that we are all going to see the Iberian megaliths with Mario. A bright and passionate young man originally from Mozambique, he guides a group of 8 to three local sites that date from Neolithic times. The henge circle faces east ...
We leave Tavira Sunday morning (Sept 13th) for Evora. A 2.5 hours drive on the autostrada. Drive was good but more like 3 hours. Pretty desolate area so not a pretty drive per se. Did see a beautiful castle. Unlike the autostrada, a real lack of facilities on the way, so, when we arrived in Evora, we needed to find a Water Closet right away. Had trouble finding our hotel that is located within the walls of ...
... of Évora. We saw the Castle (XIV century), and the church of “Senhor dos Passos” (rebuilt in the nineteenth century).
... lot of agriculture.
After a couple of photo stops we entered Evora. Once again, finding our hotel was challenging but the Rick Steves book said to follow the city wall until we saw the Pousada sign, which finally worked. My iPhone GPS didn't work as well today.
We are staying in the Pousada de Evora - Loios, which is one of the best pousadas in Portugal. It's an old monastery in the old city. Pousadas are government-run hotels that ...
... although there were others more recent examples of the art. Afterwards, there was a little time for visits to some the the shops where local women were making and selling their rugs. I was surprised by the reasonable prices and found a small rug to add to my collection. We weren't allowed to linger, because we needed to reach our next stop, the Monte da RavasQuira Wine Estate. Although "monte" is a ...