Palacio Estoril Hotel, Golf and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Had an eventful sleep, with various apartment members coming and going at all hours, in all manners. No wall or floor insulation in our 4 story building. Anyway, survived and had a nice breakfast looking out over the river. Then off to catch an open top bus which proved disappointing. Half the route was closed, and we were not told. So sought and gained a refund. From there we went to the castle (St Jorge) and went inside for a tour. ...
... near the station and checked in; we were in a five bed room with wifi and a TV and intense aircon which would become a disgusting den for 'relaxing' in days to come. We lazed around for a while, then went for a walk directed by Orson. We ended up in some famous square, which was interesting enough, but shortly returned home. We went out once again for a drink and decided to go out, so bought some vodka and a few foodstuffs. I cannot remember what ...
Took the bus to the historic seaside resort of Cascais this morning and relaxed by the beach for a while. Another little bus trip in the afternoon to Belem. St. Jeronimos monastery is spectacular. Didn't go inside as the line was too long to stand in the sun (bloody cruise ship tours haha) and I was starving so I opted for a very late lunch in the beautiful park opposite. Gotta get your priorities ...
... My favorite may have actually been viewing it from a distance though- it looks like a formidable fortress yet is picturesque in the way it is built into the rocky hillside. Last up was Pena palace which is essentially what I always thought a palace should look like. It too stands on a hill but in stark contrast to the Moorish castle it awes with bright colours and countless architectural details. We went inside and saw ...
... for the next 16 days! Who could ask for anything better? Not us! Spent the afternoon strolling the streets of Alfama. Stopped at a great spot for some local beer, cheese and bread. Proceeded to pick up a few groceries for tonight's dinner and breakfast for the next couple of days. Everything is soooooo cheap. Now, outside enjoying a nice bottle of 3.99€ wine and the beautiful weather. I think we are pretty close to ...