Palacio Estoril Hotel, Golf and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... our own tour for 1 hour for 45 euros - this seemed like a great idea so we strapped ourselves in and whoosh, away we went into the chaotic traffic of cars, buses, trams, tuk tuks motor bikes and push bikes - one way, narrow cobblestone streets up and down hills and tourists like us walking out on the wrong side of the road!
Our driver spoke great English and filled us in some history of Portugal and also that the Portuguese were discoverers (taking goods to ...
... by the river. Monument honored Portuguese people that made Portugese exploration possible. It was very hot and humid and sunny day.
We took a very crowded tram (stood and shook all the way) back to square, picked up our luggage, and took a taxi to Oriente train station. Taxi driver was willing to drive us to Evora for ...
... was an excellent time to get to the town. As we headed from the train station toward the main part of the town, tour busses started to arrive. Because Don and I consider ourselves fit, we decided to walk up to the palace...and it proved to be quite a hike! Although we did find a trail for a small part of the journey, for most of it we walked on a narrow, winding road, being careful to watch for tour busses. After at least an ...
... etc. Immediately brought some awesome bread and olives - (Portuguese chips and salsa) Then wine, then fried potatoes with a super good garlic, herb, caper mayonnaise sauce. Which I will attempt to replicate someday. Felipe declared his pasta with mushroom and ham the best ever. Whew! Made it to the ship about 3pm - per Antonio the taxi guy who had no ingles, no espanol but we communicated well regardless. Quite charming and pequeno. Picture with Felipe for size comparison ...
... funicular had existed so close to our hostel and that it led to the commonly frequented area of Bairro Alto, I would have gone to town using it. Unfortunately, though possibly fortunately for my waistline, I did not find out about the funicular until our group decided to use it to scale the large hill that separated our hostel, at a decently mid-range height in the city, from the “happening” area of Bairro Alto. Riding the funicular was a ...