Hotel Sao Lourenco

Address: Avenida Mario Mendes Delgado, 41, Samora Correia, Estremadura, 2135-115, Portugal | 3 star inn
 
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Location

This 3 star inn, located on Avenida Mario Mendes Delgado, 41, Samora Correia, is near Mercado Municipal, Pinacoteca do Estado, Memorial da America Latina, and Museum of Sacred Art (Museu de Arte Sacra).
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    Travel Blogs from Samora Correia

    Countdown to Kick Off!

    A travel blog entry by klartman on Jun 13, 2014

    19 photos

    ... the World Cup. This dense concrete jungle is a bit like Croydon on crack. Most if it's architecture grew up in the sixties. Every other building been designed by Oscar Niemeyer, the famous Brazilian architect who worked every day until he died at the age of 105. A fate we may all have to resign ourselves to. Live fast - die young, kids.

    I don't know how many of you collected Panini stickers for the World Cup when you were kids but I had my Italia 90 ...

    Sao Paulo: Ollie Vs Food

    A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie on May 30, 2013

    6 comments, 5 photos

    ... set off to see something/ eat somewhere, only to discover that it's closed down. It's like the Lonely Planet seal of approval is a kiss of death. This time it was a lively Japanese market- nowhere to be seen. We refused to be defeated so walked a few kilometres to a lively area called Sao Bento, in search of the Mercado Municipal.

    The crowds were immense, and we were there just in the middle of a working day. Tiny hilly streets were packed with hundreds of ...

    Sao Paulo - The New Year

    A travel blog entry by theworldtour on Dec 27, 2012

    6 photos

    ... mountain range, to Machu Picchu and Iguazu Falls, to the mega cities of the the Atlantic, to the amazing wildlife all over, to the windswept steppe and mountains of Patagonia. South America gave us to much and it was a truly awesome place to spend the first four months of the WT.

    We do admit however that we were looking forward to heading into an English speaking country and maybe not standing out quite so much with the girls blonde hair! So long South America, bring on Down Under!
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    Step by Step to a rainy day in Sao Paulo

    A travel blog entry by cat_and_jeff on May 14, 2012

    9 photos

    ... run off with a wallet! Victim looking unperturbed! Not too unusual perhaps?
    10. Reach hostel which is in darkness and informed electricity gone for the night! Have a free caipirinha (Brazilian Drink) and make use of my headlight and hang with other travellers!

    Time for bed and look forward to leaving the concrete city that inhabits 17million people and the see the natural wonders of the Iguazu Falls!
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    The Penguins

    A travel blog entry by christineanne on Mar 14, 2012

    7 photos

    I realized after re-reading my last update, that I totally failed to mention the Penguins at Agolada. There are two human-sized Christmas penguin figures at the farm, which have truly made their presence here known (they tend to get around). The first time that I encountered the Penguins, they were in one of the back fields, positioned as if they were "getting romantic," as Greg would say. It was quite humorous, but a few days later (after all the kids ...