Hostel Pereira Guesthouse
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Visits to Alcobaca, Nazare and Obidos today as we head for a 3 night stay at the slick, sleek and tasteful Pousada Cidadela de Cascais, one of the luxury hotels of the world situated in the picturesque and vibrant fishing village of Cascais. Cascais is lovely and just 45 minutes by train from Lisbon. I know where I'd live if I was a resident of Portugal! We first went to the beautiful but understated ...
... swimming, running, basketball, you name it). So we have some fun mucking around in the store before heading back to the hotel for dinnertime with J+J.
The hotel is situated in the middle of know where, on the industrial side of Sintra so nowhere to eat dinner except for at the hotel restaurant. So we enjoy dinner together before we part ways for the night and decide to meet for breaky at normal time, ...
... with a light jacket. We haven't really done much. We lost an hour last night as the Ship's clocks were advanced by 1 hour taking us into the correct time zone for our next port of call at Cherbourg. Or sh-Borg as some passengers have been calling it... I have given up on my geography homework. I am too tired to do any work today. This evening was formal. We had our formal photos taken before heading for food. We had food at the saffron ...
Today we were in Oporto, Portugal. We were alongside and clearance granted shortly after 08:00 local time. The air bridge at Oporto's NEW cruise terminal broke, leaving us with one gangway located on Deck 5. This meant all 3,389 passengers had to disembark using only one gangway. The captain did however keep us informed and apologised for the unconvinced. <-- iPhone is not playing ball. Sorry. The back onboard ...
I'm not Catholic and I’m only even Christian in a vague general cultural sense rather than a true religious believer, so for me going to churches and monasteries and other is a matter of understanding art and architecture and cultural history. But then there are modern day Catholic pilgrimage sites that have limited artistic and historical value that I can’t really approach as a true pilgrim. So for me going to Fatima is not very different from going to ...