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    A Cidade de Areia (The sand City) Fiesa 2006

    by kevin36 Updated Jan 10, 2012

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    A magicalworld of gods and myths awaits you at FIESA 2006.
    An enchanted atmosphere,a journey in time to the myths of ancient Greeks and Egyptians, the gods of mighty romeand the drama of the last supper.
    Admire the sculptures in every powerful detail.
    The biggestsand city in the world.
    on until the 20th september 2006.

    Fiesa 2006
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    Lovely Setting

    by kevin36 Updated Nov 28, 2008

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    Take a visit to "Luz" you wont be disappointed,it is a lovely setting with a very relaxed atmosphere,Plenty of things to see and do with a lovely beach,
    The cliffs in the background are famous for changing color as the sun sets.
    There are plenty of places to eat and relax and watch the world go by.
    If you take your Europe Tom Tom with you,all you need to put in is: Luz. I originally put in Praia da Luz and it didn't recognise it,however Luz was fine.
    Luz the Video
    If you are looking for a place to get married Luz is popular,links below.

    Luz Luz stvincents stvincents stvincents
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  • Tapas in Lagos

    by samantha30 Written Feb 16, 2005

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    While in Lagos we run into this Tapas Bar and would recommend it as it is very good and romantic. We came back several times, be aware that sometimes you have to wait a little bit longer for the food.... but it is worth it!
    it was called something like " My Lemon "

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    driving through the algarve

    by deedeechi Written Nov 28, 2005

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    My best experience in the algarve, was hiring a motorini aka moped and drving through the algarve countryside to the nearby fishing villages. this was not only inexpensive, but we were able to really take in the scenery unlike you could trappped in a car or bus. (the zen and art of motorcycle maintanance...a book that explains this theory) we could stop when we pleased and well also able to manuveur through the tiny narrow streets unlike a car could. there are many little cities worth checking out near lagos that are only about an hour drive away and the highways are pretty much desolate. you'll have a great time if you decide to do this, i promise.

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    Bahia (AKA Church)

    by Rwafish Updated Mar 25, 2005

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    The Bahia beach bar, this is a magical place. Its THE place to be on Sunday afternoon, relax on the terrace or the beach in front of the bar watching the waves and the Volleyball game (taking part if thats your thing). GREAT food, an amazing atmoshere and the best bit, a live Funk band that are absolutely awesome. Fed up of the Ibiza 4/4 thud , thud , thud of european dance music, get your medicine here!

    Known affectionately as THE CHURCH, Hallelulljah!

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    Monchique Convent

    by Westbrook Updated Apr 21, 2004

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    The best things about Monchique are the drive there and the views.

    It's a dusty, rough-around-the-edges but cute little mountain town. Some of the narrow streets are flanked by charming and elegantly painted traditional cottages. Others are flanked by broken shells of traditional cottages.

    Anyway, we parked and we followed increasingly erratic signs to the Convent.

    Again, the best thing about this was the walk there and the views.

    As you walk through the woods you also get a close look at the workings of the cork industry, with lots of trees in various states of denudation.

    The convent itself is pretty drab.

    There are probably some great walks in these hills. I wish we'd had more time to explore them.

    Walk up to convent

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  • Show & Events

    by susaninlagos Written May 11, 2012

    Why not come a week after that, there will be a great International show at The Lagoon Restaurant on 25th and 26th of May. After that show you have the rest of the evening and night to further celebrate... that really will feel like your 21th, Happy Birthday

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    Visit the Cultural Center

    by acilina Written Aug 1, 2005

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    The Centro Cultural de Lagos is a nice place where you usually can see some pictures exibitions, music concerts, theater, etc.

    Cultural Center
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    Bon Vivant

    by acilina Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Bon Vivant is a nice bar in the main street of Historic Lagos, the Rua 25 de Abril. It has a pleasant terrace in the top, good in hot summer days.

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    Esplanade under the orange trees

    by acilina Written Feb 25, 2003

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    In summer, after lunch it was so hot, that I could't be under the sun. Often I was in this esplanade, under the orange trees.

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    Painting in the street

    by acilina Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Do you think this is a local painter? ...
    No, this is a french girl who lives in Lagos, Lots of tourist buy ther paintings

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    Notice of my birth

    by acilina Written Jun 16, 2003

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    There it is on the last page... I was born at 21 March 1950, the notice is in the 15 April 1950 newspaper, but it don't say my name, only my mother and my father's names.

    Notice of my birth
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