Palacio Arteaga Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... fortifications which
supposedly represent some of the most advanced military technology of the
1600s, but there not much in the way of museums or exhibits on them. They’re
impossible to miss, though, since the center city is located entirely within
the massive fortifications, many of the flat areas they enclose now used as
parking lots on the town’s periphery.
Elvas also has a ...
Well what an adventure we had trying to find our hotel in the historic part of Badajoz. Talk about a rabbit warren of one way streets and pedestrian only streets we went over to get to it! Marty had to literally drive up on the footpath in one street because they were so narrow - we didn't think there would be any hotel in these streets but yip sure enough we found it - eventually!
I can't say I'm too ...
We arrived to the most amazing place, probably one of the best views I've ever seen, Monsaraz is truly amazing. This was a two hour drive north from where we were but definitely worth it... It's a very worth while 'appropriate' location..! We had a fabulous meal last night in the small high town with a wonderful elevated terrace view and the food was very good..! Leanne and Steve joined ...
Our last day in Portugal was spending time with the Fergusons and the Morenos having a lunch of the Brazilian national dish - the feijoada, just google it. It was really good bonding time for our families. It was jump at like the christening feast - long table with plenty of food and wine.
Our time in Portugal is coming to an end and we will miss Maria's family.
I am writing this from a small room above the Cafe Comodor in the city of Porto. We have just had the most succulent roast pork roll and bottle of vino verdhe from a special (local knowledge) cafe, recommended by Joao, our landlord. We arrived in Porto after five days exploring the south central rural Alentejo region. From Lisbon we drove to the medieval walled town of Evora, then to the tiny village of potters called Sao Pedro do Corval. Here ...