Lagoas Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... turned up and managed to squeeze into our cockpit. Duncan had procured a Pimms substitute in Plymouth Lidl, so we offered Pimms or beer and we even managed an assortment of nibbles to keep everyone happy. It wasn't a very dry boat!
One crew even brought a cake which we duly divided into 34 pieces!
There's great camaraderie building among the crews and good rivalry on the water and we have had a good couple of days sailing recently.We have flown our large ...
Spent yesterday getting everything ready for heading off - got the obligatory hair cuts, emptied the fridge of al the food (a lot of cooking in the afternoon), put the car in the garage, etc etc
in the morning got up early and completed packing. In between time though I checked emails and noticed one from Ryanair stating our flight was cancelled. How can that be? Frantically logged onto ...
July 10, 2014
Today we went to Belem. There are a lot of old things to see in this section of Lisbon. Belem is at the mouth of the River Targus, where 500 years ago sailors set sail on 'voyages of discovery.'
First we visited the ‘Mosterio dos Jeronimos.’ This monastery was commissioned by Manuel I in 1501. It is said it was funded by ‘pepper money,’ a tax on spices, precious stones, and ...
We were now properly humored to go to the Tile Museum. Portugal is famous for their azulejos (tiles, for us). So we admired the tiles, then did some silly poses. We especially liked John as a woman! I was going to pose with him but I was too short.
... some of the tunnels which had missed out on lighting. I had a great
few hours exploring the gardens, sneaking through a gap in a barrier
and down an incomplete tunnel, where I discovered a small newt of
some description, living in the complete darkness. Among the most
impressive features of the place were the the two so called 'wells',
which were actually more like towers, built inside enormous
well-shafts – again, a written description isn't ...