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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Albatroz Cascais
Very nice quaint hotel. Great service, in a really central location near the train station, beach side and close to the promenade. Room is lovely, boutique like and nicely decorated. Great bathroom and two porches.
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- What a great day! First and foremost, it started out with the sun shining brightly into the room...and we had checked the weather and fully expected rain...aw the luck of the Irish! We had a delightful breakfast in the dining room, they had even opened some of the large windows so the light breeze blew in.
Breakfast in a new …
- Can you say...rain....
Bummer, we had to leave Monaco because it was raining and it came with us to Portugal. Not pouring down but a nice drizzle...enough to make you wet!
Flight was basically uneventful and we made it to Caiscais on the coast near Lisbon by 3:00 pm. We have a lovely room overlooking the harbor and a small beach. < …
... renovated. Ours has 5 bedrooms and 2 washrooms. the kitchen is beautiful - and they have been able to maintain some of the old charm by keeping some of the old architectural fixtures-like stone archways etc After settling in and a wee rest, we were refreshed and out the door. We had a walking tour with Urban Adventures.We had a young couple from Toronto and another couple from London, England. We toured in the ...
... rain, as heavy as anything we get back home in Brisbane. It was so heavy that we had to pull over to the side of the road for a period. For much of the trip we had the cruise control set on the 120kph speed limit, but that didn't prevent some cars from passing us as though we were standing still. Something which impressed us greatly was the large number of wind turbines which we saw. Particularly as we got close to Lisbon, every hilltop seemed to be covered in them. ...
... who we just learned about once we got to Portugal (aka Enrique de Avis, Duke of Viseu). Not Columbus - He was working for the other team.
We walked up a flight of stairs then took the elevator to the top of the monument and looked down from the viewing platform. Below in the plaza was the compass rose and mappa mundi, a gift from the Republic of South Africa and created from various marbles. it depicts a map of ...