Estoril Eden Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Moving day! As Michael was only able to book 2 nights at a good rate at the Corinthia, it was time to move to another hotel, this time a little closer to the heart of the city. And so after another delicious breakfast in the executive lounge (where I indulged in All Bran & fresh fruit salad!), we loaded up, checked out, and made our way to the Metro station nearby. Whilst not too far from the station, the walk to our new abode, the Altis Suites,was ...
... one last museum in Belem, the Museu Nacional dos Coches. I went to an old building at the location shown on my map for the museum and was informed the museum had just moved the previous week to the sleek super-modern new building diagonally across the square. I remembered seeing something about the Coach Museum’s grand opening on TV while I was in Madeira. Anyway, Portugal’s national collection of coaches from around Europe from ...
... We updated them on all Aqua-Guard's new offshore spill response technology to help EMSA keep their EU waters clean.
Lisbon is a great old city and after our meeting we walked the water front and then headed to the main square for lunch. We hung out for a few hours then took the easy train ride back to Sintra.
Really cool and well worth it. Again the Portuguese people are amazing.
... to go someplace. As I was fishing my metro card out of my wallet, prepared to scan it and rush toward the metro, our professor told me we weren’t in the metro station to use the metro. At first I thought, "Well why the hell not?," but then I thought to myself that I didn’t actually care that much so I stuffed my metro card back into my wallet and I followed the group. Little did I know that this metro station would harbor possibly the most gorgeous ...
... their only distributor in the USA for this label is in Boston, probably could not get it in Missouri.
Breakfasts were always eaten at our lodging areas. Picnic lunches usually consisted of cheese, cold cuts, fruits and local sweets selected by Cristina. Dinners were traditional Portuguese fares included some tasty grilled black pig meat, lamb, fried fish and seafood stews accompanying by local wines. We were living like ...