Quinta dos Tres Pinheiros
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was cool.....students in their black cloaks standing around. It is a town that you enjoy the longer you.re there. Art nouveau, Art Deco buildings are beautiful. Dinner in front of log fire topped it off. Can't believe all the tiled buildings we see. Headed down coast, beaches long and wide, small villages empty but huge apartments closed up waiting for summer. Big sand dunes in front with massive amount of ...
... narrow buildings, small alleyways, hidden bars and dark. We stayed at a pension 25 euro lovely old building, right in the old town. Town is known for fado music which is Portuguese folk music.dinner and then to a cafe in an old church where it is played. Good to see and their voices amazing, no microphones needed here. In morning early walk around, place came alive and felt not grimy, buildings surrounding small squares looked so much better in the daylight. We did ...
... are overpriced but fill our stomachs with minimal hassle. We tried take-out pizza once but it is very greasy and has tons of cheese. I’d rather eat frozen dinners! The hotel staff are great. They give me ice for the ice packs, heat the gel pack for the heat belt in the microwave, fix dinners on a tray so I can carry them up to our room, and ask how Allen is doing.
We are still ...
... Chief among them was bacalhau - the Portuguese word for 'cod'. It's served salted and dried and with olives. I think they were all expecting me to have an adverse reaction to it, but it was pretty tasty. I rarely shy away from the odd or intense parts of a region's cuisine.
So we enjoyed our dinner, chatting, drinking, and eating, and then headed for a place with delicious white sangria. (I recommend this recipe, and drink it in ...