Lagoas Park Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Finally, I reach a path that leads into the forest. Dare I? I ask a couple of people if I could get to Sintra this way, they seem to imply that yes... but it's complicated...
I decide to go for it, plunging into the forest along a path that seems to stray farther and farther from where I want to go... Finally I find another path that it seems gets me back on track. Finally across a stretch of broken rock is the gleaming, modern town of Rio do Moro
... it was already getting super hot outside. We had a lovely room in an AirBnB but run almost more like a proper BnB with snacks and treats and information all ready when we arrived.
We had a quick chat to host Paulo to line up the best places to eat on the way down to meet up with a walking tour at 2pm from the centre of the city. He seemed pretty stoked that we were walking to town and doing a walking tour as he said most of their guests just take the subway so ...
... hour up up up, and we did not see one tourist doing the same ;-)
To finish, we discovered the Estufa fria in the Parque Eduardo VII, a cold greenhouse, meaning it is not closed, but only sheltered for sun and wind, a beautiful enclosed garden full of exotic plants, running water, little places to sit... We were there a little late in the day, but next time I am in Lisbon I will just spend a whole day there, enjoying the peace ...
... in the pool so we had a lazy afternoon and then took in another show after dinner - fabulous! We've been warned of bad weather (again) overnight with the added excitement of the Captain having to de-activate the ship's stabilisers in the morning in order to dock in Oporto - so we've been told to secure any bottles etc. that might fall over!! Just what you need to hear for a relaxing night's ...
... the huge hole of debt Portugal has dug itself into, this scene looks downright disturbing. At the top of the hill is a a shopping mall and a large park (which also looks pricey to maintain). It's called the Poet's Park, and this one I must say I do enjoy it despite its extravangance. The scuptures are pretty cool--there's one of a giant man's head and two women sitting in the brain. I'm doing a video clip of that one, dedicating it to several of my friends that it reminds me ...