Algarve is the extreme southern region of Portugal. The word's origin in arabic means Al-Gharb or the West, it was the state of west of Andalusia. An embassy employee interpreted it to be the "cliff" (garf in arabic), it was also a plausible explanation because of the nature of the Algarvian coasts.
Please refer to the first article for more places that you can explore on foot in the heart of Athens... Sunset An Acropolis means literally the "upper city" in greek, it is usually a compound of buildings or a citadel built upon a hill or an area of elevation for defense purposes. Athens Acropolis is not the … Continue reading A walk in the heart of Athens…2