Sol e Serra Golfe Hotel
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... students tried the locally famous sardines.
After dinner, we planned to have about 30-minutes of community building with the other schools. It turned out to be an hour and a half of fun and laughing with all three schools (37 students) while we TYWLS teachers led them in one of our Advisory games we learned at the November PD. Good times.
Tomorrow we wake up early to get on the road again for our next ...
... would be able to focus their meditation on improving their souls. The bones were from the poorer people of the society. The church people told the poorer people of the society that they would be able to get to heaven themselves if they gave their bones for the walls of the meditation room. The poor people didn’t seem to have much choice in the say - nice, huh?
Aamiya was really on a roll with her knowledge today. She shared how the Chapel of Bones ...
... restored and extended mixing the ancient and the ultra modern really effectively. We go down to the pool for a while. When we go back to our room there is some complimentary food and a small bottle of port waiting for us as SLH members. I have mixed feelings about the port. I love port but on the other hand I at first thought it was red wine in which case I wouldn't have had to share it with Kathleen. Dinner at this Pousada is again very ...
We left at 9:30 AM for Marvao. We waited until the two tour groups left. They were all at breakfast when we were. so it was busy and the hotel wasn't prepared for the rush. The tours are from OAT (16) and Odyssey (24). Since the Pousada only has 34 rooms, the tours were very evident. Hopefully, our next hotel will not have tours.
The drive to Marvao on a 2-lane highway was beautiful! Today is a perfect spring day....sunny, clear ...
... village about 5 miles away from Castelo de Vide on a much higher hill. From below the village and castle look impossibly high, but a road winds its way up the backside of the hill, and as in so many towns in Portugal you can drive right through the gate in the town walls and park inside (to defend your car from nighttime raids?) I hadn’t planned to stay in Marvao, but I was so taken by its stunning location and views that I decided ...