Radisson SAS Hotel Lagos

Address: Ozumba Mbadiwe Road, Lagos, Algarve, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ozumba Mbadiwe Road, Lagos, is near Belem, Museu do Design, Palace of the Marquises (Palácio Fronteira), and Clube de Campo da Aroeira.
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Travel Blogs from Lagos

Portugal. The man.

A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Oct 08, 2014

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... it well considering how much I'm dying inside, better than I'd have done in the past, I get sad sure but without the guilt over feeling I have done something wrong I'm able to just ride it out, I don't tell Jack straight away, because I'm numb, I want to mull it over for a while longer.
I'm saddest at the missed future opportunities to do things together. Oh well.

I am deadset on returning home, my fight has been sapped from my body, I don't know for how ...

Week 4

A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Aug 03, 2014

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... a really long line to get in. Oh well, I broke out my trusty fan and bandana sweat mopper and I was fine by the time we entered the castle. The view from the castle is spectacular, so it was worth the climb just for that, but then we spotted a tuk tuk parked alongside the castle that said "Wine With a View" on it - oh boy, this is our kind of monument; you can walk around it wine a glass of vino!! The castle is only a ruin, but it has very intact walls and towers that you can climb up ...

En route

A travel blog entry by sheilacruise on Apr 19, 2014

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Sea day 2 en route to Lisbon, weather cooler, we are now out of the tropics and into the North Atlantic. Quite windy but less so than yesterday, sun is shinning and so things will probably warm up later. On display in the atrium are lots of decorated Easter Eggs, they look lovely. We asked if they would be auctioned only to find out that they're not real, it's just the covering thats a cooking chocolate so not edible. What a ...

The Algarve Coast

A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Apr 08, 2014

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... waves were slowly retreating making the cave accessible.  We went back to the second beach and explored the rock formations from the beach.  The coastline is littered with interesting rock arches and caves.  What an amazing area! We figured that the waves had fled the cave and by now we could swim out into the ocean and stake our claim inside its coveted beach.  However, after studying the route for ...

A Small Town

A travel blog entry by intheclouds on Sep 07, 2013

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... restaurant was very small, but intimate and popular.

We then walked to Barrio Alto, where there were many, many streets of bars and clubs. We stopped by a bar that had a live band that played American music, where I tried a caipirinha drink. It was delicious as it always is. Every bar menu had that drink as one of their top drinks to sell. I wish we were able to go to another bar, but our all day traveling was exhausting.

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