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pousada

(puːˈsɑːdə)
n
an inn in a Portuguese-speaking country
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You could move along the coast to Guincho, one of the best beaches near Lisbon, and stay in the pousada - the Hotel Fortaleza do Guincho - with cracking sea views and a Michelin-starred restaurant.
* Shai Bernstein and Rebecca Diamond, Stanford University and NBER, and Timothy McQuade and Beatriz Pousada, Stanford University, "The Contribution of High-Skilled Immigrants to Innovation in the United States"
The incomparable Pousada Maravilha is our favourite hotel for experiencing this charming and remote archipelago.
Our final dinner took place at Pousada Infante Sagres, a cool 1960s hotel filled with antique furniture.
POUSADA DO BOQUEIREaO is run by Italian expat siblings Fernanda and Nino Cabrini and is lovely as well, unless you require a television.
The headcount at the plant in Pousada de Saramagos near Porto has meanwhile increased to 1,069 people.
Pousada (Europe): The main users of AT in Spain are people with disabilities and older people.
Make the most of the exotic Indian landscape at seafront restaurant Pousada by the Beach, Calangute.
He and Ernesto Pousada, senior vice president and president, South America, will become officers of the company and members of the executive leadership team, effective January 1, 2018.
The Pousada de Lisboa, one of several historic hotels managed by the Pestana group, respectfully honours the past with duck egg-blue bedrooms and neo-classical stone sculptures of flamboyant nudes, which soften the edge of quiet, almost monastic corridors.
See monarch.co.uk | Book a stay at Pousada de Lisboa with Small Luxury Hotels of the World from 220 euros per night (two sharing) on a B&B basis.