Vitoria Stone Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... describe a typical Alentejo farming estate, the emphasis is more on "estate" than typical farming". I'm not sure how long the estate has been in the family, but the vineyard and the winery started in 1997. It has grown into a very large commercial production. Although it had been raining earlier it cleared in time for us to walk through two of the vineyards to the winery. After touring the winery, we had ...
... out without too much pain. Paul is doing seduco and kakuro (not sure what that is, but it makes him happy) . I did a bit more decorating in the van which makes me happy. Though Paul is not happy that the toilets dont have seats on them! I bought a packet of sigarettes yesterday so am very happy! The solar/12 volt system on the motorhome is driving us mad as we dont understand ......lots of things. So we bought 220 ...
... 30. So now I am on my way to the Algarve, southern coast, and hoping to find some warmth. I'll check into the hostel where I was before and hopefully I will be the only one in my dorm. Yesterday was sunny, but today it is grey and cool again. I am loving the cars here, mostly models you never see in the states. There is even a four door Smart car. Enjoy the few photos of the farm. Adventure ...
... of churches in this central Portuguese region.
To wrap your head around this macabre happening you've got to look deeper than walls of bones. A simple, in this case Franciscan, monk didn't climb atop his donkey cart every morning and make the rounds of dozens of church crypts unloading their contents, to the tune of 5,000 of his cohorts of the cloth, into his cart and drive his donkey back to Evora. There ...
Later we walked back to Praça do Giraldo and on the way back stopped at the shops on Rua 5 de Outubro. I bought a cork coin purse because I thought it would be a nice reminder of Portugal and a great place to store all my loose coins here. I also bought an anchor necklace that was on a cork chain. Cork is a big thing here in Portugal since the country is the largest producer in the world of cork. Along with those ...