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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... here as am I because there is much more English spoken and written without loosing the feel of it being Portugal. We are so British, we did not have egg and chips for lunch though we had sardines and tuna and they were good. Look at the picture of the boat below its for those of you that like to hide in your garden shed bet you wish yours looked like ...
Not sure if this will work but I will continue to write daily updates and upload them when I have internet so you may get a few at once or not we will see if it works. We drove all day well From 11 till 5 which feels like all day. Suz is ...
... queue. Two bicas pingadas later (equivalent is a macchiato) - price 70c each - the ferry boat came into view on the high tide. We were pleasantly surprised to find an extremely well-ordered line of people patiently waiting this time. So starts the final day in ...
... than the highest you will ever get in Britain in high summer (yet this is late September!). The remains of what was originally a Moorish castle stand high above the town. A considerable amount of excavation is happening on a site adjacent to it and this appears to have been the home of the Corte-Real family - connected with the New World Discoverers - in the 15/16th ...
... s fishing towns. The main fishing ports this end of the Algarve are at Olhao and Portimao and they sail right into the Atlantic proper - not for them the relatively peaceful waters of the Gulf of Cadiz. Included here is a pic of the quayside as we left for another bake in the sun. Further down the river appears to be a breakers yard which hardly anything ever happens in, so it's more of a graveyard, although ...