Costa Da Caparica Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Meal plan
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Travel Blogs from Costa da Caparica
... coolest thing about Lisbon is the surprise effect… I mean I know Paris, Rome, Venice are amazing cities, so the expectations are big before I get there. But I didn’t really have any expectations when I came to Lisbon. All I knew was that it’s the capital of a relatively poor and often overlooked European country.
The next couple of days…
Then next day I head down to take some pictures and video ...
... together. What if it could be someone from the other side of the world we haven't seen since a final parting drink in Santiago, Spain a year and a half ago. A fantasy? No. By sheer "coincidence " our dear friends (Melody and Greg) from Perth, Australia planned a U.S. tour this Spring and it just so happened they wanted to come visit us on the exact day before our ...
... amp; continue south & then leave that tour to go to Morocco. A bit weird I think but it does mean we get to meet more people. We eventually got to Lisbon at 7.00pm which was 8.00 Spanish time. So it was a long day travelling & we are both a bit tired. 23/10/2014. Thursday We had a tour of Lisbon this morning with a local guide. She was really good at switching languages & had a lot of knowledge of and love for Lisbon. This started at 9.00 this morning ...
... ruin, as it is in one piece and painted different colours. It began with a Monastery on the site dating back to the 14th century, which was frequented by the Royals for important ceremonies over two centuries. However it was mostly destroyed by the Great Lisbon Earthquake of 1755. It was undertaken by King Ferdinand to build a grand summer palace for the Royal Family, which was then completed over 16 years.
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) ...