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Travel Blogs from Cascais
... Now this could be worrying if you remember that Portugal's biggest export wine is Matues rose, a wine still readily drunk here and one that was even found stock piled in Sadam Husain's cellars...thats how tasteful it is. Still we were personally recommended wines to taste by the enthusiastic owner and had a fabulous afternoon sampling wines and waiting for the heat of the day to die down. I am not sure if the joke was on the British but when we told him we were visiting ...
Had a lovely day out at Estoril and Cascais two seaside villages about
3kms apart. We caught the train out - it takes about 30mins and goes
along the coastline for much of the journey. We disembarked at Estoril
which is famous for its casino. At one time this was the largest casino
in Europe and was the inspiration for Ian Flemming's James Bond Casino
The casino is now much like any other casino but it was still ...
... and mash up of stone ropes and different parts
Some of the Manueline style buildings that I was able to
visit were the Jeronimos Monastery, and Belem Tower, very close to the Monument
of Discovery close to Lisbon. Around the same area, next to these two famous
Manueline style buildings, we have some intriguing fascist monuments; Monument
... with a Lonely Planet recommendation but it was awful- sometimes these recommendations seem to affect the business badly.
We plodded down the 102 steps for the last time and found our way to the Metro station and made it to the long distance station very early but that's ok because when you are unsure of your way it's best to allow extra time for ...
... right on the beach. It had about 4 floors, all with vaulted ceilings and with rooms that had beautiful tiled walls, old paintings and portraits, chandeliers, etc. It even had a chapel inside, and great views of the ocean. The place looked like it belonged in a museum, it was so beautiful, a-MAZ-ing, really. Although this mansion is still in the family, a lot of the property they once owned is no longer, and the area around it has traintracks, a highway, ...