Onyria Marinha Edition Hotel & Thalasso
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We left the little town of Portel and our historic hotel to move to a modern spa in Cascais near Lisbon. The hotel is lovely! After lunch I had one of the best massages ever! Dinner was at the hotel's Italian Restaurant called Story. My Osso Buco was fabulous!
... Needless to say, they were quite tired by the time they arrived, but were still in good spirits and were able to talk non-stop on the drive back to Cascais. Thankfully John was the driver, and Allan was able to talk without the distraction of having to navigate unfamiliar territory! Meanwhile, Sam and I walked down to the shops as we didn't have a car, to get supplies for lunch, and planned to catch a taxi to the ...
... in my dreams, screaming that Tony take my gun, (I would never have one, but last night I thought I was Annie Oakley) I called on Tony because I did not want to pull the trigger; I saw a burglar, I saw someone who was stealing our passport, I saw someone who was taking our food (there was none). Tony woke up. He N.eV.e.r wakes up. He said " I felt you were obviously "in a state". I said shoot them...he ...
... things she mentioned was that everyone takes 10 years of English in their public school system (which explains why it is so prevalent here) and that racism does not really exist due to the history of colonization - with one exception. Intermarriage between races is widespread and not worthy of raising an eyebrow, except for the Chinese. I don't know the history behind this, but it has something to do with them ...
... We always sit outside, so the smoking does not bother us.
We walked along Augusta Road where there were many different shops. At the top of the road was a large plaza with a fountain and statue. If we rode the shuttle in, it is here where they would have dropped us off.
We spotted a small cafe that was offering ice cream, so we sat and enjoyed ourselves and people watched as well.
We would definitely come back to Lisbon and ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOnyria Marinha Edition Hotel & Thalasso Cascais
Incredible Hotel! The rooms are beautiful, clean and spacious. The bathrooms are luxurious. They provide a shuttle to nearby Cascais, a charming town on the coast. The restaurant provides one of the best breakfasts in Europe. All the restaurants affiliated with the hotel are gourmet. The golf course was designed by Robert Trent Jones and is spectacular. The spa is small but I had a wonderful massage.
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