Hotel Sao Lourenco

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

    Basking in Brazil and Checking out Chile

    A travel blog entry by lizandalex on Nov 16, 2012

    47 photos

    ... set up a stage and basically the party has not stopped, we joined it for a little bit, but it’s really not that great. We think it stopped at about 3am but started up again about 8am Saturday morning, we are listening to the awesome tunes as we write this. Gangnam style anyone? They are also painting the hostel, so we have been breathing in fumes every day. Plus there is construction going on - you can no longer go out the front door as they are dismantling the staircase. The ...


    A travel blog entry by bjgurton on Jun 10, 2012

    Saturday 9 june.
    Just on the bus from iquazu in northern argentina to sao paulo in brazil. we cross the border in this bus, jump out and stamp our passports, then onto another bus, its an 18hr journey. on the bus now are a couple, kiwis, he is wearing jandals, and two english girls. im going to have to stop writing about who i meet now unless they play a really interesting or significant part of this trip. On that, as i got of the bus in iquazu falls there ...

    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, ...

    Deja Vu, all over again in Sao Paulo

    A travel blog entry by johnbutler on Jun 19, 2011

    24 photos

    ... history of residential architecture during modern times from the 1950's onward with an emphasis on sustainability and increased functionality through design. After the park, I wandered over a few more km to the pizza place which was unfortunately closed. :(

    I ended up catching a bus downtown to check out this big cathedral and monastery that are located there. Whenever I see these massive, ornate churches that were built hundreds of years ...