Pousada de Setubal Historic Hotel

Forte de Sao Filipe, Setúbal, Estremadura, 2900-300, Portugal | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Forte de Sao Filipe, Setúbal, is near Troia Golf and Museu da Setubal.
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    Travel Blogs from Setúbal

    Faro to Lisbon!

    A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Apr 19, 2014

    ... parts of Lisbon and the water. So pretty! We walked through a neighbourhood that had tiny narrow streets and no cars (because the roads are too narrow). The roads were built in the time before cars so no reason to make them wider. It was a cool little neighbourhood because it was right in the city but very quiet because of no cars. We kept walking for a couple of hours, getting our bearings and taking in the culture ...

    Lisbon is GOOD!!!

    A travel blog entry by drudell on Mar 14, 2014

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    ... br> We head out and start walking. Up the hill from us is the Castello Sao Jorge and we will see it today - if we can find our way! Talk about a warren! Streets, stairs, paths and alleys, all occupied, busy and bustling, but not crowded. It is an experience I will not forget! We weren't actually lost (yet!) but kept working up hill and looking at sites as we went. The site of the Moors where the castle is built gives a commanding view of the city ...

    Fish Salting Pits, Of Course

    A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Aug 05, 2013

    11 photos

    ... teaspoons of a bitter, black tar-like substance. Actually, I quite enjoyed it, but a thimble of the tongue-curling liquid was enough.

    Mel went and dipped his feet in the sea, then we went back to the villa and tried to eat pasta, while the kids jumped at flapped at every tiny beastie that came near them. It was like living in a colony of meerkats, with someone jumping up every few seconds.
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    Belem!

    A travel blog entry by sylvialevy on May 25, 2013

    7 photos

    ... church with ornate cloisters and groin vaulting. I enjoyed the ambiance and the lighting, and it is a very peaceful place in spite of all the people milling around it.

    We crossed a huge street to get to the Monument to the Discoveries, a huge sculpture headed up by Henry the Navigator. The marble map in front of the exhibit showed all the colonies Portugal owned by the height of its power, and it included parts of Africa, ...

    Grotos, Wells and Toys - oh my!

    A travel blog entry by caitlin_hines on Jan 28, 2013

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... I feel in love with it.

    First destination was "Quinta da Regaleira" which was a palace and massive "enchanted" garden. Basically the story is that a very rich man, who was a little cray cray, built this enchanted garden. It has a labyrinthic groto you can explore that leads into tunnels that pop you up in different parts of the garden. There are Wells that have a staircase built into the side so you can walk all the way down and waterfalls throughout. We ...