Palacio Estoril Hotel, Golf and Spa
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... had been there before. We
caught a taxi back to the Champs Elysee & browsed through some of the shops
as we walked along there. We caught the Metro back to our hotel & came out
of the station from a different exit from where we had been before & got
hopelessly lost. One of my friends asked a local sitting in his car if he knew
where our hotel was & he said jump in & he drove us to the hotel. We
tried to pay him when we arrived, but ...
... wonderful views of the area and takes you to one of the worlds longest bridge the Vasco de Gama bridge. The old city center of Lisbon was amazing to visit. Spent two days walking in different areas. Rode the old tram line #28 and by pure chance ended up in an outdoor fado museum. Also visited Sintra, a magnificent town with many castles of which we toured the Palacios Da ...
... and most importantly cappuccinos! The hostel has such a cool machine in both the dining hall and lounge that makes coffee, lattes, cappuccinos, everything! So that's my small obsession with the coffee. After breakfast we ventured out into the city and took the 727 bus to Belem!
It took us a while to get to Belem on the bus, it must have been 45 minutes because the bus made a lot of stops. We couldn’t find a seat, ...
... My dinner here consisted of Sangria 1E and 2 sardine and chorizo 5.50e
Walked back to my hostel. Rossio station is beautiful and opposite. 2 big squares and Teatro Maria opera house another beautiful building. At the hostel they had a piano musical night which I sat and enjoyed for awhile.
... it over 4 generations. In 1993, it was modernized and changed into a hotel. The hotel showcased the lavish blue tile collection and used the income for preservation. Even though this convent is not close to any major tourist places, it is definitely worthy to spent a night there to bask in the feel of history . We stayed in two of these special historical hotels called "Pousadas or dream houses". It would be a nice trip to visit some ...