Pousada de Setubal Historic Hotel

Address: 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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      1st-8th of August

      A travel blog entry by kalaniciantar on Aug 08, 2014

      ... our second day in Bracelona, we went down a street called The Rambler and also that night we went to a Flamenco show. The Rambler is a famous street in Barcelona that links there main city Square to the beach. The reason it is famous is because it also holds many shops and at one point a market. For most of the day we wondered down the rambler and when we reached the harbour/ beach we went for a walk along ...

      Golden Trams

      A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Apr 20, 2014

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      ... bells sang out when they turned the corner.
      At last, the Fado Museum. It was a modest establishment, and it smelled like a new, clean building with black leather furniture. The square building had a winding staircase with a gentle incline. The walls were dotted with old vinyl records and portraits of singers. Here are some of my favorite quotes from the museum.

      • "Fado is Portuguese people put into music"- Rui Vieira Nery.
      • "As for myself, I ...


      A travel blog entry by roxietaylor on Nov 01, 2013

      38 photos

      Today was my first bus ride, it was a little of a hike to the bus station as it was a public holiday (Spain loves a day off). I got my ticket and then had about a 2 hour wait at the station until my bus left.

      The bus ride was quite nice, travelling through an really hilly area with bridges from the top of one hill to the next, I had a window seat next to a Aussie guy who had just been to a two week sky diving course ...

      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.

      A plague of relics

      A travel blog entry by bruceandanne on Jul 06, 2013

      4 comments, 16 photos

      ... is too current. One can only imagine what these people are now saying during the current financial crisis both countries are facing.

      After the museum we headed into a restaurant area of the old town for dinner, followed by a trip on the metro back to the hotel. At the beginning of the week we were walking this, but as the temperatures increased through the week the uphill trek was exhausting. We did not see anything of ...