Precise Resort El Rompido - The Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... to Santa Luzia for a month. Tavira is only a 15 minute bike ride away so will probably come here and shop in the large town market where the locals sell their veggies, fish and meat. Looking forward to being in one place for awhile. The apt is great and with wonderful views of the octopus fishing fleet. My best, Adventure ...
... just above the restaurant. There is an exceptional view of the fishing boats from the balcony. It will be great not having to pack and unpack every day. I will rent a bike and can bike into Tavira, where I am now to shop at the large market where the fisherman go to sell the fish and the people who grow veggies sell their stuff. Things are looking up! Adventure ...
... coast. I saw several places where they were making salt. On the way to Faro yesterday I ment to say that there were so many citrus trees and around here also. I am thinking about renting a small house or studio apt. Tomorrow I am going to rent a bike and head out to some fishing villages where octopus is the main catch of the day. I hope everyone has had a wonderful Thanksgiving with friends and family. My best, Adventure ...
We left Ralf and "The Lodge"
at Praia Grande and headed back to Seville. We wanted to head south to
the Algarve and then head inland to Seville. The weather was looking bad
and the forecast even worst. We headed off for Sintra and then passing
thru Lisbon and over the bridge past Setubal south. The weather was awful
heavy rain and wind. The windscreen wipers ...
... pretty small town that bustles in the summer as people flock to the beaches here.
As we were wandering the streets and trying to get ourselves oriented to the town we stopped into the Igrejada Mesericordia – the church of mercy- one of the few buildings that remained standing after the huge earthquake in the 1700’s. We met a young woman in her late 20’s who was a guide for the church.
Since there was no other people around we had an ...