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

    São Paulo

    A travel blog entry by nicklarge1989 on Feb 19, 2013

    19 photos

    Thursday- February 14

    The bus to Sao Paulo was certainly a lot smoother than some of the previous buses. It was not completely full, so we managed 2 seats each and could spread out (within reason) to sleep. It was also on time- so when we arrived at the bus terminal in Sao Paulo, we booked our ticket to Rio asap. The bus terminal in Sao Paulo (according to an email from Mum), is the 2nd biggest in the world. It is also extremely modern and organized. We then had ...

    Basking in Brazil and Checking out Chile

    A travel blog entry by lizandalex on Nov 16, 2012

    47 photos

    ... following day we got up early to get to the Argentinian side as we had read that it would take a whole day to see these. After waiting an hour for the bus we finally got to the Argentinian border, and although we had read that you don’t need to get a Brazilian exit stamp all the foreigners got off the bus to get a stamp so we thought we better be safe than sorry. Foolish us. The bus does not wait. Even though we took only 2 minutes the bus left as soon as everyone was off we ...

    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 ...

    My Time in Agolada

    A travel blog entry by christineanne on Mar 11, 2012

    1 comment, 8 photos

    I have now been in Agolada for a week and a half, and I have to say I totally love being here. Agolada is an old farm belonging to Antonio's family (the land is now divided between his siblings, but it used to be a 600 acre farm which occupied the northern part of the town Coruche and employed many residents there). The land is currently not being farmed for anything, but they used to grow beets and rice, and I'm sure many other crops as well. Agolada consists of four long, ...

    Biggest city in the Southern Hemisphere

    A travel blog entry by sam_and_jacqui on Oct 28, 2011

    74 photos

    ... bus on to Iguazu (thanks again).

    Back at our hostel we had a snooze before getting ready to go out. Renato picked us up from our hostel, which was good as it was chucking it down (the first rain we have had here). He was with his friend Miriam who we very quickly became big fan of. We all went out to a 'Salsa’ night, I put salsa in inverted commas because it wasn’t the same salsa Jacqui and I came to know and love during our short spell of lessons at ...