Hotel Atlantis Sintra Estoril

Address: Estrada Nacional 9, Estoril, Estremadura, 2645-545, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Estrada Nacional 9, Estoril, is near Casino Estoril, Tamariz Beach, Penha Longa Hotel & Golf Resort, and Quinta da Marinha - Oitavos Golf.
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        Lisbon - more exploring

        A travel blog entry by melandmic on Aug 15, 2015

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        ... I was too tired to go out again - the thought of climbing the steep hill back to the hotel made my poor legs tremble with fear. And so we watched Q & A on my iPad instead! I forgot to mention that on Saturday nightI I sang songs to Oaki on FaceTime - it was the wee hours of the morning in Adelaide, but Oaki wasn't feeling very well. It was either my wonderful singing voice or a dose of Nurofen that settled him down - I like to think I helped a ...

        My dream travel

        A travel blog entry by gjntyhye0b3ty2. on May 26, 2015

        Hello,i' m Lo´c Laranjeira, i' ve been to Portugal for 2 weeks.First, i have visited the south ,so Algarve.There, i have learned to speak portuguese and i have swum with dolphins.It was so interesting and very beautiful.After, i have gone to Lisbon , the capital.There, i have seen Praca do comercio: the famous place and i have disovered it by was a ...


        A travel blog entry by lancastersgapyr on Nov 10, 2014

        29 photos

        ... mesmerized by a place called Boca do Inferno, or Hell's Mouth.
        This is where the surf roars and crashes onto the coast.

        Our last day here we woke to a day of rain and thunder which called for a day at the shopping centre, some McDonalds, and a couple of toys to keep the kids entertained.

        We managed to see another popular surf beach in a rain lull. It was so windy, choppy and out of control.


        An Ultimate Beauty

        A travel blog entry by taylor.prichard on May 13, 2014

        ... At first I was impressed that such a shortcut existed since we were on a mild time crunch and needed to cover some ground relatively quickly. After this brief moment, however, I was enraged. I had been walking up and down Lisbon’s slippery, albeit beautiful, cobble stoned streets for days. I had even walked up the mountain that St. George’s Castle resides on. I was dumbstruck by two things: firstly that I was dumb enough to not know this useful ...

        Check out Lisbon

        A travel blog entry by carallan on Apr 19, 2014

        34 photos

        ... s for lunch in the shopping centre before heading to the city centre. We had looked on our maps for ages for signs of where the funicular tram ride might be but had not been able to find it.

        When we came up, at our randomly chosen Metro station, in the city there was the funicular tram just off to the side so we started the first of our many queues to get a ride.

        It was a worthwhile experience ...