Holiday Residences at Praia d'el Rey Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... we are lucky to find a parking space just a few yards from the hotel. I knew it was going to be tricky to get to the hotel but it was more of a nightmare than I expected. We check in and find a little treat of chocolate cake and the local cherry brandy in our room. Its the type of intensive care we needed after the trauma of getting the car parked. After our "treatment" we go for a walk round the village ...
... various little shops along the Main Street. Lunch was in a shaded patio next to St Mary's Church. The churches were closed until 2:30. Each church had its own unique features (gold leaf altars or multiple side chapels and were an interesting stop. The journey to our Lisbon apartment was uneventful except of course it is located inside the walls of the Castelo de Sao Jorge on a narrow street. The ...
Sleep in Nazare on Friday night was elusive as our hotel was located right on the beach and the night action did not stop until after 2:30 in the morning. After breakfast we walk up to the stable (I mean car garage) to get the van. Getting the van out of the stable was much easier then backing it in the night before. Our first stop was Tomar where we toured the Templars' stronghold with their original ...
After a wonderful breakfast at the Quinta. We climb the slate steps and roadway to the top of the Quinta to enjoy the view and to get an appreciation of the vineyard. We relaxed (yes I know how to relax) on the patio watching the fish in the Douro jump for insects. We reloaded the van and headed south to Nazare. On our way, we decided to stop at the Monastery of Santa Maria ...
Had to stop here as sounds like my favourite French drink! Not even mentioned on noonsite but a pleasant stop over in a typical Portuguese fishing harbour. Lots of French boats around and have to practice my French to get us back into marina when gate is locked and only local man speaks French and no English! Awake to rain and fishing boats chugging out at ...