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... We feel spoiled. It is well equipped. One lonely red wine glass though.....lots of linens but no washcloths. Europeans do not use washcloths we have discovered, hand towels fill the need I guess. Dish towels yes, but few dishcloths. Enough, but at home we again are spoiled. There is a washer and dryer, yet to be used but will be soon enough. That is always a challenge with regard ...
... and Me and the older girls went for a little shopping in the town.
Didn' t quite feel we needed dinner after our late lunch, so just had snacks and wine in room when we got back, but then kids all wanted more..so we ordered them some room service at 10 and Sean and I headed to the lounge for some alone time.
Back in room by 11:30 and sent everyone to bed. We are going to set an alarm to make sure we all get up in time for breakfast tomorrow.
... to say that it doesn’t go on in Barcelona, but it doesn’t happen nearly to the same extent as it does in Lisbon. Here in Lisbon, they are as prevalent as the Pakistani beer sellers in Barcelona. Furthermore, unlike in Barcelona, they are not restricted to the night time, they can be clearly seen trying to deal in the middle of the day in what are tourist areas. I’m sure the police are doing something about it, but they seem to be ineffectual.
Today we went to Guincho beach. It was about a 9 km bike ride from Cascais and one of the few beaches along the Portugal coastline. Most of the coast is jagged rock and cliffs which is very beautiful. The water is very cold here, all the surfers have wetsuits on and Nick was able to get in for only a short swim. The bike ride along the coast was incredibly beautiful and reminded me some of Monterrey Peninsula in Northern ...
... is still kept up today. Many local restaurants and shops spell out their name in the stones in front of their building, which shows how important tradition and history is to the Portuguese. This type of walk way is also found in many old Portuguese colonies, such as Brazil, which were colonized during the Age of Discover. This form of art is so simple yet so unique and beautiful.
Another form of art that I found intriguing was the Portuguese tile. As ...
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Other places to stay in Cascais
Av. Marginal N0 8554, Cascais | 5 star hotelfrom $173
- Brandneues, fantastisches 5 Sterne Hotel
- Cascais Miragem is a Gem!
- Great hotel for holidays
Avenida Manuel Julio Carvlaho e Costa, 115, Cascais | 4 star hotelfrom $91
- OK Hotel, Friendly Staff
- Great hotel for the price
- Hell on earth does exist afterall
Rua Frei Nicolau de Oliveira 100, Cascais | 5 star hotelfrom $153
Av. 25 de Abril, Cascais | 3 star hotelfrom $69
Av Marginal, Cascais | 3 star hotelfrom $102
- Very Good Hotel/Excellent Location
- Good location, Staff Not very good
- Great Location
Rua Frei Nicolau de Oliveira, No. 80, Cascais | 4 star hotelfrom $98
- Sehr schönes Hotel!
- Angenehmer Aufenthalt
- Lovely Cascais
Rua Frederico Arouca 100, Cascais | 5 star hotelfrom $162
Rua das Palmeiras Lote 5, Cascais | 5 star hotelfrom $129
Estrada do Guincho, Cascais | 5 star hotelfrom $182
Travessa da Alfarrobeira 1-3, Cascais | 3 star hotelfrom $78
Avenida Rei Humberto II de Italia 7, Cascais | 4 star hotelfrom $144
- Nice, but with some problems.
- The best!!!
- Overrated! Snobby staff!
Estrada do Guincho, Cascais | 5 star hotelfrom $156
Praia do Guincho, Cascais | 3 star hotelfrom $55
Rua Frederico Arouca 100, Cascais | Hotelfrom $190
Rua Latino Coelho, 8, Cascais | Hotelfrom $75
Rua do Clube, Quinta da Marinha, Cascais | 5 star hotelfrom $217
Fortaleza da Cidadela, Avenida Dom Carlos I, Cascais | 5 star hotelfrom $181
Rua de Oitavos, Quinta da Marinha, Cascais | 5 star hotelfrom $247