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... in the center that would rent for about €800 to €1300 per month in off-season, a quarter of the summer rate. It gave us a bit of a feel what to expect if we come back to stay in Cascais sometime down the road. The further from the center and beach areas of Cascais, the rents are lower. We like the 4 small towns around the 4 train stops before Cascais too. Parede, where we are staying, we find less ...
It's now been 5 days since Allan's 2 sisters and niece arrived in Cascais, and since our last blog post! So, what have we all been up to, and how do 7 people fit into a little ford fiesta??? To start with, John and Allan drove to the airport last Wednesday morning to collect the 3 ladies, who had started the day very early at 3.30am in Gosport, Hampshire, England, to get a taxi ride to Heathrow, for the 2 & a half hour flight ...
... rules when we get there. Every door is locked, the car is locked and my passports protected. Arriving here and being told and now knowing we are the only people around in the area for as far as the eye could see, made me say "really"? The neighbouring house sits empty. I guess I went to bed wondering....did I lock the kitchen door? I was obviously too tired to get up and check. Boy did I dream, I was so upset ...
... train ride out and back.
Our hotel was lovely and in a convenient location near the Metro with a view of the River. Each night they serve a complementary glass of white wine and a small plate of sushi. This became our evening ritual before heading out for dinner. The choices here have been great; sushi, a charcuterie, a wine bar and a very modern sea food restaurant and now we head down the coast for what we expect will be more traditional Portuguese fare.
... how sailors in ancient times navigated by stars!
The museum was donated to the city by the Armenian Calouste Sarkis Gulbenkian in 1956. As a pioneer in the oil industry he became filthy rich and vowed to spend 10 percent of his money on beautiful things and collected art from all time periods, including Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Persian, and European. His wealth must have been unimaginable since he had Rembrandts ...
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