Quinta Do Lago Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... meter above ground level is contaminated, if not with actual feces then with feces dust. I will not wear open shoes and we have distinct inside and outside shoes. When Paul forgets or gets confused I go hysterical!
I can now, with the confidence of the long distance walker, say that the dogs in the country are all chained up. Not only next to the house but nicely dotted around the property like wind strewn rubbish. Sometimes, maybe, under a tree, or in a ...
... buildings just begging to be renovated that we can fantasize about. Also n heated municipal swimming pool and sauna, loads of walks and cycle tracks. And all for €6 a day. No wonder people choose to travel for months on end although we still can't quite get our heads around the whole motorhoming culture.
So after all the stress we feel that we just want to stay put and relax. Went running this ...
Hello again, After I published the first blog of today I noticed my heading was wrong. Sometimes the computer changes a word to what it thinks I meant and I neglected to proof read my entry. So the title has been changed to what it should have been in the first place! So only a couple of photos taken a couple of weeks ago and I just never included them before. So again, Happy New Year, Adventure ...
Bom dia, these past two days have been my last for exploring Portugal. Unfortunately, I was not able to tour a cork factory as they were closed for the holidays. I did go to a nice museum in Sao Bras Alportal a learned a bit about the making of wine corks. Yesterday I took the train an hour west to the town of Silves where there is a castle and another closed cork producer. The castle was interesting, but not outstanding. I liked the ...
... named as one of the seven natural wonders of Portugal. Dotted with little fishing villages it is known for its diverse landscapes and is a bird watchers paradise. We stopped in Fuseta, a fishing village where no one seems to care about the motor homes breeding along the sea front, and sampled the excellent fish straight from the sea. The huge Dorado's, chosen by ourselves were brushed with lemon and butter before being barbequed on a huge rack on the street ...