Costa Da Caparica Hotel
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- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Meal plan
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... ball rooms. We participated in the hostel pub crawl and mamas dinner where radiation all portugese food was served including the zucchini soup, lemon chicken and trifle. After dinner we went on the pub crawl which was absolutely hilarious because it was the worst thing we'd done all trip so all we could do was laugh! The next day we visited a beach just outside of ...
... bilateral knee replacement. My 'rooms' are lovely. Seven shuttered windows with mountain views, patio, kitchenette with fridge,microwave, espresso machine, complimentary breakfast supplies, cheese and bikkies and a carafe of port! What more could a girl want? All for 50 a night! Only downside is the the three million steep steps up to the village haha. I am so tired..... Castles and palaces will have to wait until ...
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) ...
The overnight train from Madrid to Lisbon - well it could have been worse. But it could have been much better too. Lesson 1 - when you ask for a sleeping cabin make sure it comes with its own toilet (though we did ask and were told it did - but it didn't!). Lesson 2 - don't think getting the cabin next to the communal toilet will be a good thing - it is amazing how listening to other people doing their thing followed by a flush that has the suction ...
... any kind. It is an area built into a hill and thus there are many, many stairs (our house is good training for this) and the best way to tour it is to ride a tram to the top and walk down. The Sao Jorge Castelo reigns high over Lisbon, offering yet more walls to climb. We arrived around sunset and the lighting over the city and the river was stunning. Climbing castles is a terrific way to end the day, and this blog entry. . .