Coracao da Cidade
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... let's explore Huelva a bit more. The city is built around a hill with a semi-abandoned park at the top with a big concrete bridge looping around the top. Not exactly competing with Sevilla's Plaza de Espana or Granada's Alhambra. But as I wander around downtown I bit more, I do get to liking the place a bit more. You're walking along, then suddenly there's a beautifully and creatively designed building, sandwiched between some ordinary buildings... I ...
We made it to Faro, our last stop on the southern shore of Algarve. Trying to avoid the concrete nightmare and crowds of Albufeira beaches, we drove slightly to the east to reach a 3km stretch of white sand called Praia da Falesia. Still pretty busy, but as people were spread out it wasn't so bad, and the water was the warmest so far (maybe ...
... was the 1540's Misericórdia Church which is paneled in 18th century blue and white hand painted tiles (azulejo), depicting biblical scenes. I don't know how unique that is but I had never seen anything like it. I managed to snap a picture before I was told we can't.
Old town is small enough to see all there is to see in few hours max; the convent-turned-hotel, the Castelo, which consists of a few remnants of wall but has ...
... between Dutch and Scottish. They seemed rad tho. In the morning we woke to hear the older couple making coffee on their WORKING gas stove. Self control almost failed, and we had to refrain from hopping out in our sleeping bags with our camping cups and terrible Nescafé in had to beg for hot water. Ahhh Nutella on bread fro breakfast again, our favourite. It was cloudy today, not very sunny. While we were eating a little black dog ran past and did ...
... beach was quick, and the beach was lovely. We walked a bit, read, tried to avert our eyes from all the exposed beach potatoes and beach bananas, then a few hours later it was time to head back. We were in need of a bathroom stop and there was only one we knew of so that is where we went. What an adventure. The toilets had been designed without thought to an added human in the stall. Climbing on top of the toilet bowl allowed the door to be ...