Pousada De Condeixa-Coimbra
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... us in a suit yes perfectly attired probably early to mid seventies at a guess silver hair ,fair English albeit broken ....the room was large old fashioned furniture antique but comfortable ,large window with a view over the countryside ,. We showered and went for a walk to find a place for dinner ,only 3 cafés in the town so we didn't think that would take long. Pizza or local Portugese were the first 2 ,then the third was an a la ...
... slightly change. We ate some overpriced but tasty sandwiches and hung out in the insane heat for a while, before walking back up the hill to the park. The park was fairly astonishing, with beautiful views everywhere and classic sculpture and mosaic like Gaudi buildings, and also beautiful tracts of park. It was very nice. Afterwards we set off towards Barceloneta, where we met Deejay at the station. We walked down to the beach, where ...
... in the airport and Nim and deejay departed for the Picasso Museum. It took us a while to get there and we had to wait in line quite a bit but once in it was quite enjoyable. It was a very faithful progression through all of his work chronologically until his transition into cubism, as most of his works from that period were done and are held in Paris. The room for his Blue Period was one of ...
... talked to a man on the street in the Algarve. Who came from here, who told us about it and than 2 days ago Aires told us as we'll not to miss this. It was pretty impressive, I've rarely seen roman mosaics in such good and complete state. They were very lucky that this had only been discovered in the 40th's so real recent and had been protected all these years by 2 m of earth. It took us about 2 hours to see the whole site. Than we went back into town and had ...
... except that in Porto, the buildings are not just for show. For me, Porto has more charm than Lisbon in some ways. As we got out of our hotel, we saw a stage with a series of cultural dancers wearing traditional rural clothing playing instruments. Then, we went to a church and saw huge displays of flowers with religious figures on top of them. Tina knew there would be a parade as she saw them on tv before and asked when it would be held. ...