Hotel Atlantis Sintra Estoril
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... 45 min bus ride to Praça do Comércio, we could catch the most exciting part of the Brasil - Chile game: the penalties. The crowd was logically more Seleçao inclined, but a few Chilean supporters could be heard too. After some penalty drama we went for a walk on Rua Augusta, where seeing pastries and seafood shops made us kinda peckish. So we set out to go to one of the good old Routard guide recommended ...
... on to the casino again but Paul has given up playing, I have just started to recoup his losses but I'm tired so will try again another day. Just picked up a page from reception, it 2 prayers, So as to share with you I shall hopefully type them out. I am your Guardian Angel. Weep no more for me For though it seemed to you that I died In truth, I've never left your side I've stood beside you Through all your grief, your pain and tears I am your guardian angel now And ...
... 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!
... old estates. We had a plan to visit a place called Quinta de Regaleira. It has an underground tower...really just super elaborate well with spiral stairs from the top to the bottom.
After a 45 minute train ride we were in a new town with no idea which way to head. Luckily there were signs and we followed them up the hill until we reached our destination. We passed a cool park along the way with giant colorful animal sculptures. We took a ...
... North on this trip and saw the countryside, it really gave us a much more complete picture of the country.
Dropping off the rental car was a bit of a relief, we were glad they didn't check the clutch :) God help the next person who rents that car.
We caught the metro into the city feeling like pros since we were familiar with the route. Our hotel was a bit of dive...spotty wireless and ...