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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Exciting day in Lisbon ... We decided to ride the famous Tram 28.... Both ways! Funny, we sat and had a bite to eat by one of its stop before hoping on, and we're told by two different staff to be careful of pick pocket packs that work the tram. While we sat there we eyed a few suspicious characters, and as we were being told ...
This morning we woke up late and went to the Pasteis de Belem to eat Portuguese tarts that were flaky, warm, creamy and jiggly. This bakery is the most well known place in Portugal for these little devils. The line up was long. We saw a little sign saying table service and we were able to go in without lining up. The tart lived up my expectation if the restaurant. In a word -- heaven. We went to the monastery next. The Jeromino ...
... frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Because all the explorations set out from here, there is also a superb Monument on the seafront. It is a large sailing ship, modern design, but on each side, true likenesses of many of the navigators, as well as prominent writers, poets and painters who accompanied the voyages and recorded them in writing, prose or picture. The poet who accompanied Vasco da Gama on all his voyages ...
It was a gorgeous day! Layered just in case the weather changes, we head out for Carcavelos, a town situated on the Estoril coasts largest sandy beach. Truly we wanted to do a coastal drive and the windows were rolled down and the warm sun shone! Awesome.
We are situated in the hills a bit north west of Colores, a village that looks toward the sea over a green valley. There are a lot of pine and chestnut trees en route and vineyards that produce a ...
... in Belem is outrageous, has the most amazing architecture. Cascais is a little town about half an hour from Lisbon and has the most beautiful beach with rock caves. We missed our first train the next morning which was slightly depressing running for it and then seeing it move away without us on it but luckily we didn't have to wait long for the next ...