Hotel Praia Sol
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... the rocks and they felt fuzzy and soft, like velvet. Once the tide comes back in, all this will be submerged under the ocean again and the cliffs only visible from a distance or from the water on a boat. We felt lucky to see them today and enjoy their beauty. After our walk we went to the Galley café where we watched a para-glider take off from the cliffs and sail through the air above the ocean. We drank ...
... rock formations or dolphins, and go out fishing. Old town still has some of the very old, like 15th century, walls and an old military fort that guards the harbor. The streets are narrow and all cobblestoned, lined with restaurants and shops. A beautiful old church is at one end of old town and the old fort at the other end. We shopped for a new shirt for each of us and then ...
We traveled to Faro airport in southern Portugal on Tuesday and drove to our new apartment in Praia de Luz. We love Portugal. The weather is warm, about 80 degrees during the day and down to about 70 or 75 at night. Every day is sunny and the sky is blue, almost the same deep blue as the Atlantic ocean near our apartment. We're staying in a beautiful resort apartment in a complex called Baia ...
... car got only 34mpg.
We loved the 10 day journey by car. Top 3 stops were Mertola, Marvao, and Monsanto. Add Manteigas, with its scenic alpine area, as a bonus.
Start Faro Airport
Day 1 Mertola
Day 2 Serpa
Day 3 Evora
Day 4 Borba
Day 5 & 6 Marvao
Day 7 Monsanto
Day 8 Manteigas
Day 9 Belver
Day 10 Beja
End Faro Airport
We continued on to Cascais on the 3PM train
According to the English language radio station here in the Algarve (Kiss FM?) the weather was going to change Wednesday - some cloud and some light rain. Far more accurate than the BBC weather.
Using the sat-nav I found directions for Hotel Globo and headed in to Portimao. I don't remember it being so built up, it's like a concrete jungle, until I park up having give up on technology and head down towards the harbour on foot. First ...