Estoril Eden Hotel
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... In some places millimetres from the walls of houses. After we had had enough '28' it was back to the bags being stored and a taxi to the Orient International railway station, built for expo 90. Very impressive. Ate in an Italian cafe at the station with the first half on the tellie. Half score saw Potugal down 1. At 9.30pm precisely boarded the night train to Madrid. Very comfy sleeper, and an expected arrival of 8.10am local. Blogging from the bottom ...
... fish roe in oil, bread, and sliced sausage that tasted like prosciutto. The food court had modern decor and they served all the food on ceramic plates. It all seemed very upscale. The canned roe was awesome. But at 7 euro, it wasn't cheap. It was the World Cup final today. If Portugal or Brazil had made it this far, it would have been super atmospheric. But even without those two teams, the Portugese are still passionate ...
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Having had our fill of the "Age of Discoveries", we decided to experience the other thing for which Belem is famous....the Belem custard ...
... your mouth. Yummy.
We wound our way back along the coast. Cascais is in a sheltered sandy bay at the mouth of the
Tagus River. The President of Portugal's summer residence is here, along with some very large vacation villas. Popular for Fishermen, their catch is auctioned near the harbour in the afternoon. The weatherbeaten rocks at Boca do Inferno, just down the way are gnarly and it was fun to watch the surf hit. We had a nice calm day, ...
... and the Philippines, and of course Brazil. But the rich and powerful did not invest in the future or their poorer citizens, and thus all the colonies were lost over time. Seems we are in the midst of a similar scenario in America at this moment, just proving that history repeats itself. . .
And finally we walked on down to the Belem Tower, climbing high enough to see where the ocean and river meet. I could imagine all those huge ...