Hotel Mestre Afonso Domingues
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... a tourist attraction! Unfortunately no big waves today but a lovely place! Driving via some scenic coastal towns we stopped at the walled medieval village of Obidas. This was a charming tourist town with lots of craft shops and an interesting little tavern where we enjoyed a half bottle of local white wine. We walked around the wall and all through the town and I bought a cork necklace there. Really ...
... upon thousands of people visit this town each year to celebrate this. People are walking on the knees towards the church and it’s pretty full on. I am not feeling very well as the car sickness must have gotten to me today (I had been sititng in the backseat again), so I decide to walk back to the car. We all have had enough and decide to head back to the car however.
We now decide to drive to Tomar, which is just over an hour away. We are unsure of where ...
Still pouring, lucky they followed my advice and we are on the train, happy Freddy. She is happy as Portugal loves Old folk , 50% discount off trains, buses and entrance to museums etc. I had to hide in the rucksack, the shame of it. Coimbra was the medieval Capital of Portugal, the old town was declared a World ...
A beautiful sunny and warm day started with a huge Dutch breakfast from Ronald and Margriet: first a lovely plate of fresh fruit-kiwi, pineapple, pomegranates, grapes and mangos, 3 kinds of bread, cheese and meat, an egg, coffee and apple cake plus homemade jams that were really yummy. The sun was shining on the patio and after breakfast we started on our day trip...first to Obidos which was busy with bus tours already...it's a cute, small walled fortress city with a ...
... hilltop village worth a few hours visit. Although it is quite touristy, with many shops, in summer it is charming, with lots of bougainvillea, and pots of flowers amongst the tiny laneways and cobbled streets, white and bright blue walls, and terracotta roofs. A walk around the wall, or part there of, is an experience especially for someone like Janet who usually declines climbing up church towers. But it is worth the views of both the town and ...