Costa Da Caparica Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Meal plan
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... I only went down one wrong street on the way, too, which I think is a win.
The apartment in Lisbon was awesome- highly recommend it. Great location. Only downside was that the hot water only lasted about 4 minutes, 5 tops. But as long as you’re not washing your hair that’s plenty. First day was great – slept till nearly 11am (12 hours!), went out for groceries and then did the free walking ...
... it without stumbling and drenching our bags thank goodness, and are now sheltering in our room, hoping out stuff will dry quickly!!! My pants are actually fine as could roll them up to mid thigh!! Luckily had my black stretchy ones on! A bit of an adventure. So glad we didn't go to Sintra where the weather was meant to be even worse.... Looking forward to our dinner at Solar dos Presuntos which Amr has found even has a Michelin star...will ...
... to main city centre which was up a very steep hill and it's very hot! We purchase a hop on hop off bus ticket and ride out to the main bridge on the water front. We walk and take lots of photos before stoping for a wine and pizza looking out on the maxing view. Hop back on the bus and walk through more of the city centre. Reg and shin go out for anniversary dinner and Candice and I stumble across a place that makes authentic Portugese ...
... of ‘Fado’. We passed by a number of Mirradourra, lookout/viewpoints over the city that are amazing to stop and have a beer at and gaze at the sun over the city. Something that you can do anywhere in Portugal. You can buy a beer from a corner store, and drink it anywhere without issue. In Australia this would be abused, but here it’s part of the way of life it seems.
On to the Castelo St Jorge. What a site! A remarkable 500+ year old castle on the ...
Tuesday 22nd October
We are in Costa da Caparica just across the river Tejo from Lisbon. The town itself is a holiday resort with a very long beach. It apparently attracts Lisboetas and surf dudes. It also has beaches for gay and nudists although we didn't see any evidence of that when we had a walk yesterday. It could be because whilst the sun was sort of shining, there was a 90 mph wind blowing and the sand blast on my bare legs (I was wearing shorts) ...