The Monkey House

rua Gil Vicente 26, Lagos, Algarve, 8600 596, Portugal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lagos

It was all a dream...

A travel blog entry by brett-millie

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Lagos can't be described in words, for me to try and explain it would be a waste of time. Mel, a girl who worked at the hostel and the diner next door, summed it up best: "Lagos is like a layer cake, it just depends what layer you want to find".

If Stephen Hawking was right about a black hole existing in the universe, it might be here. …

Home away from home!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree

21

... the Muslims down to ensure Christianity was King and this convent was within spitting distance of Sagres, where he had his maritime training school...it all fits, you know! Anyway, in 1846, a lighthouse was deemed to be more useful and it is....it is so powerful, we can see it in our van 5km away!

Well, its time to leave the sunshine and sand of the Algarve and see what Lisbon has to offer. Tomorrow is another day, as they say!




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Leggo Lagos!

A travel blog entry by 1024leigh

42

... br> Portugal was one of my favorite trips so far, because it was so different from everywhere else I went. Most places in Europe I have traveled to have been large, bustling, busy cities where I spent the day touring and running around. It was nice to go to a beach town, where everyone is very relaxed, and you spend your time laying in the beach or watching the sunset. I really do love the Iberian Peninsula.

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In To Each Life...

A travel blog entry by drudell

11

... but infamous for being the site of the first European Slave Auction and subsequent centre of the European slave trade - a dark renown to say the very least. Today it is gloomy and cool and we only visit for a short time, taking a walk on one of the beaches with their rock tunnels from section to section during low tide.
We drive on to Silves inland from Lagos and find a parking spot so we can visit the castle. The day has again gotten colder, windier ...

The Wild Wild West

A travel blog entry by drudell

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... loosely, glued to the side i=of the cliffs 100 metres below. Of course she also spies the path down and off we go! Steep and wide it's not too bad, of course we soon have to move aside as one of the boat owners comes by in his truck - uh it's NOT a path - it's the road! After watching the boats rocking and waves crashing over the breakwall, I think I will worry less about my boat during storms at home!
All for now... looks like the rest will be posted from home in ...

 

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