Romantik Hotel Vivenda Miranda
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsRomantik Hotel Vivenda Miranda Lagos
the hostel staff were very helpful and the rooms were spacious. The pool was in immaculate condition.
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Well well hello hello
We are off to Lagos today but its actually pronounced Lagosh as the Portuguese put a sh on the end of their s. We get into the bus feeling quite good after an excellent night sleep inside the train station hostel. We all rise early and head out to get some breakfast which they had made some pancakes and …
... hiking over some rocks an area of tide pools and a small, but rocky beach. All beaches in Portugal are open to the public and accessible via stairs and parking lots. Hotels may establish sun bed areas and provide them free to hotel guests, while non-guests can pay to use them. Most beaches in Europe, especially those that border the Mediterranean, have rocks instead of sand. The beaches here are sand and have a few tiny rocks that are so pretty, many ...
... we drove due south to the small village of Carrapateira, a magnet for the surfing fraternity due to the nearby Praia de Bordeira, but first it was lunchtime. The well-rated Micro Bar was our choice which has a very 'cool', laid back atmosphere in keeping with the area's seaside pastimes, our waiter sported dreadlocks, cowrie-shell ankle bracelet and a Bob Marley tee-shirt to give the flavour of the place. The menu specialities are imaginative burgers and cakes, ...
... atmosphere put me in mind of Stonehenge and the summer solstice, not that I have personally been, with everyone peering out to sea as the golden 'orb' gradually dropped over the edge of the sea. When the sun had gone from view at around 9pm, everyone turned and headed for their vehicles, with a long string of tail-lights heading into the distance, but well-worth the drive and the wait. One of this year's highlights ...
... had a really exciting sail from Sines to Lagos yesterday. Over 80 miles in just over 12 hours... We started in light winds and put our gennaker up, only to be startled by a loud bang as the whole sail fell into the sea. A shackle had failed at the top of the mast. We struggled to get it back in board but of course the boys, Hugh and Dawson, decided to put it back up.
As the wind increased, we creamed along, reaching 10.6 knots ...