Estoril Eden Hotel
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... the other ridges on the peninsula & it would have been
very difficult terrain to cope with.
We spent another day at Gallipoli, starting
from Lone Pine. We walked along the road, which followed the ridge & had
Anzac trenches on the seaward side of the road & Turkish trenches on the
other side of the road. They were really quite close together. We walked past
Johnston’s Jolly & then some of us went down a steep track to the ...
... Rua Augusta
We walked under the Rua Augusta Arch which was rebuilt after the earthquake. Construction started in 1755 but did not finish until 1873. Even though the design is classic, with giant statues on top, it looks new. Sure enough, it was just renovated this year!
We strolled up Rua Augusta past street performers and sidewalk cafes, past the line for a 45 meter tall sightseeing ...
... I had to carry it with me. Good thing I was used to carrying it all day on the Camino and walking up and down hills and it was a hilly little town!
I found an information Centre opposite the River Mondego where I got a map & situated myself. The town has a lovely old pedestrian mall where there was group of university students singing acappelo. They were dressed in their long ...
... tourist servants, who are doomed to travel this earth, taking photographs, sending postcards and buying souvenirs. We beseech you, O Lord, to see that our ship (Aurora) is not delayed, our luggage is not lost and our overweight baggage goes unnoticed. Give us this day divine guidance in our selection of cabins. We pray that everything continues to work and thank you that the Cabin Stewards speak our language. We thank you for leading us to good, inexpensive ...
... wine that we are to try. Cascais, Estoril and Carcavelos are on the coast with miles of beaches very popular for surfing.
After a long walk on the beach we lunched at a nice place in Carcavelos where Tony enjoyed his Sea Bass immensely. I was not sure of the steak, rather bold flavours, it was good, but the potatoes and beans were better. Tony researches our restaurant choices and he mentioned to me that at this particular place I should ...