Hotel Alif Avenidas
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The bus trip to Cascais allowed us the opportunity to see more the the countryside outside of Lisbon. Casks is a quiet seaside town. The beach is small but sun bathers and children at play made the most of sand.
With the fish traps, fishing nets and gear and fishing boats you could tell that Cascais was both a commercial and leisure fishing hub. We strolled along the ...
... as you have been riding for a few hours, lunch is always late in southern Europe and is a slow affair, so you have some bread put some cheese on it, have another slice with some nice tuna pate. Your drinks come so you nibble a couple of olives. Order your meal (as we were being budget conscious we ordered a soup and main to share) have another bite of something delectable before our meal is presented. When you come to pay your 10 Euro (AUD $15) lunch is calculated ...
... We finally walked down to the gate half an hour before boarding, and there's the same lady. We glared at her, but she smiled at us, and gave us the thumbs up! I've got no idea how there were no seats, and then there were, but we didn't care as long as we were on that plane!! In an hour and a half we were flying over the ocean into Lisbon.
The guesthouse, Monte Belvedere, is lovely, and the manager Vera, sat down with us when we arrived and went over ...
... front of us and a car was on it's roof. Luckily it did not look like the driver was badly injured and the ambulance and fire brigade arrived quickly. The driver of the HOHO bus did not know how long it would take to clear and suggested we catch a tram in to the city from down the road. We were walking to the tram when the HOHO bus appeared down a side road. The driver stopped to let us on after we did a 50 metre sprint. We then went through the city again and back ...
... of person she is and some interesting facts about the old but still standing buildings that make up Lisbon. Diana goes to university in Lisbon and is studding music. She told us about an earth quake that happened in the mid 18 hundreds. It devastated most of Portugal but not Alfama. Alfama is on a hill and survived the earth quake, that's why it's the oldest part in Lisbon. That was a lovely expience and I wish to do ...