Lagoas Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to walk back home.
Probably the highlight of Lisbon was the day trip to Sintra to see the palace Quinta da Regaleira.
It wasn't the palace itself, it was the massive palace gardens that was the most interesting.
It was a web of intricate, underground tunnels and surprising grottos and caves.
Impressive monuments, waterfalls and lush garden paths led us to a spiralling well that we ...
... south to the coast, stopping in a seaside town of Cascais- where we enjoyed our usual cafe meich leite. I'm sorry but Twiggs is not quite as good. What will I do?? We then had to return Rob and Wendy's car to the airport in Lisbon- which was no mean feat. We all breathed a sigh of relief when we found our destination. The Ushers had leased their car rather than rent because it is much cheaper when you have it for ...
... the biking route, we saw large numbers of Cork Trees. Cork comes from the skin of the tree. When a Cork tree is about 25 years old, the first skin is peeled off and discarded. From then on, the skin can be harvested every 9 years. Cork for wine bottle is punched out from the layer without further treatment. Cork is light, non flammable and water proof and Portugal supplies 65% of the cork in the world. In addition to wine cork, it is ...
... all began for him, bends down to rub a bit of the dirt in his hands and touches it to his heart and his forehead. For those who love the game, tears would have flown easily at that moment and just like that, he walked off into the sheds for one last time. Never to appear again in cricketing whites. It is hard to believe.
Ever since I started watching cricket, he has been the one constant. He has played for longer than some of the new ...
... have a look at including the Belem Tower, the Jeronimos Monastery and the Padrao dos Descobrimentos. We did not get down to the Belem Tower but did visit the others.
The Padrao dos Descobrimentos was interesting. The person on the bow is Henry the Navigator with 33 other figures of discoverers. Many of the great Portuguese explorers left from Belem; Bartholomeu Dias, Ferdinand Magellan, Vasco da Gama and Christopher Columbus who stopped ...