Holiday Residences at Praia d'el Rey Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Residences at Praia d'el Rey Resort Amoreira
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... way. There was a small single-door entrance through the wall, into the old city, directly across from the hotel's main door, which was very convenient. The man came out and moved his personal car, to make room for us to park the van right outside our door.
Among other things, Obidos is known for its cherry liqueur, which is called Ginjinha. We'd read about it and had planned to try some. As soon as we brought in our bags, the woman invited us all down ...
... queen Isabel of Aragon. The the fortification walls go back to 14th century and still provide shelter to the small community. Although no longer an important port town, the town is still a vibrant community. We found a sugar bowl to replace Jim’s blue one from the early 1970s. I found a cork fan my periodic hot flashes. On the way out of town we paid one euro each for a dark chocolate cup filled with cherry liquor.
... go through the no entry archway. Easier said than done. The car only just fits which is bad enough but it is uphill and the cobble stones have been rubbed smooth over the years. The wheels start spinning and I am stuck. I put on the system supposed to be used in snow and ice. This gives me enough traction to just manage to negotiate the twisted road through the arch. Then there is another narrow road to squeeze ...
Today we left behind Nazare and headed to Obidos. Obidos is a small walled town perched on a hill. We start with a walk along the narrow uneven cobbled stone 45 foot high (14 meter) town walls. Janice, despite her dislike of heights walked the walls with us. Michelle had Abigail strapped to her and J carried the stroller as the wall path was too uneven for the stroller. We descended the walls and checked ...
... with its 12th century Charola and an octagonal structure containing various sculptures. Surrounding the church was the vast Convento do Cristo. The self guided tour took two hours. We found free parking on a side street near Fatima site. The site is very large and opened with a large esplanade with. A church on either end. We were very disappointed to discover that the Basilica was under repairs. Only ...