Estoril Eden Hotel
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... imagine how bad it could get to wear away the rock and create these tunnels and caves.
Estoril is an elegant town - the Portuguese Riviera - there is supposedly the largest Casino in the
World here and Formula 1 Racing occurs every September. Estoril is only about two miles east of Cascais. We had a very pleasant drive. There does not appear to be a lot of traffic right now, this pleases the both of us.
A couple of interesting ...
... closed or open depending on whether you understood the man on duty whose English was as good as our Portuguese. Anyway we had a look at a very fine courtyard and a lovely little chapel. We then carried on up the road past a school where the kids were allowed not only to play in the schoolyard but could TOUCH each other. God help Australian kids if they ever did that. Then when the weather turned bad again my timing ...
... up the street into the ritzy glitzy houses and towards to Soccer Stadium then down to reward our 8km with Pastéls de Nata (famous Portugése pastries filled with custard and covered in cinnamon, served warm and fresh from the oven from the famous bakery in Belém that invented said pastry). After a quick nap we walked up to Barrio Alto for Indian dinner. What a day! Today is the 5th and its been a great day. We took a train across the city to Sintra, stepped of ...
... a table cloth and some tiles before he would let us go. The men were so desperate to have us back, that they paid the ransom of €59 for shipping the shopping home, and we all left with smiles on our faces.
On the Rua there were several mimes. One was dressed in gold, and ...
... in a shot glass, but this time the ‘glass’ was made of chocolate – yes, chocolate! The idea is you drink half of the ginjinha and then pop the chocolate cup with the remaining liquid in your mouth. Heavenly. That alone made my struggle through my hangover worthwhile. Ah, but it was early days yet.
Afterwards we had a look around the village before going for a short walk through the botanical gardens. Let me say this, if I ...
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