Hotel Atlantis Sintra Estoril
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the hill to St Georges Castle. We thought it a bit odd that we started going
back down the hill without seeing the castle then we found ourselves back to
the start point again. We then caught a small bus this time and did a repeat of
the journey except the bus did take us up to the castle, thankfully.
We finally decided to ...
... was an experience, one I probably need to go into in depth. It is the first time we have ventured out after dark and we pick a foggy rainy night. The hotel, on Friday evening hosts a special meal that includes a Portuguese delicacy of sorts. Tonight it is Wild Boar. We zig zag our way very slowly down our big hill hoping we will not encounter anyone, after all who would go out on a night like this? Driving this route we are just over a kilometre away from ...
... of the ladies that takes care of the villa at 9:00.
Today I can say my favourite place was the beach walk. At the villa, I love the garden and tomorrow I hope to sit on the patio with my tea and toast. Wish I had some of that cheese. The waiter gave me the label from it so I would be able to go to the town nearby, where it is produced.
Another hike tomorrow as well. We may look for mushrooms!
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... is pretty brutal, think Angel's Flight times two, maybe three. Wandered around, soaking up the scenery and found one of the things I was hoping to find. Café A Brasileira, a 100 year old Art Nouveau coffee junkie establishment. Ordered a bica (Lisbon slag for an espresso) and the house specialty, pastel de nata, a dreamy custard tart, torched on the top just like I like it, surrounded by a buttery light pastry shell. WOW. That was a treat. SO good. Back in ...