Holiday Residences at Praia d'el Rey Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Visits to Alcobaca, Nazare and Obidos today as we head for a 3 night stay at the slick, sleek and tasteful Pousada Cidadela de Cascais, one of the luxury hotels of the world situated in the picturesque and vibrant fishing village of Cascais. Cascais is lovely and just 45 minutes by train from Lisbon. I know where I'd live if I was a resident of Portugal! We first went to the beautiful but understated ...
... sandy beach on the lagoon, inner side and a really rough, large wave beach on the Atlantic. We walked along the beach and dipped our feet into the Atlantic after we had a coffee Bica at a beach hut cafe... We were drying our feet on the beachside boardwalk and we bumped into Margriet and Ronald from our BnB....weird eh?! We then drove on along the coastal road which is very nice with large sand dunes and cliffs and roaring waves below....through Sao Martinho do ...
... buying wrong tickets bah they never change. Hotel nice, town big apparently a major stronghold for the Romans, they can keep it! Best bit is tomorrow we head to Fatima! Tonight''s dinner - Baked Cod with Asparagus .. And Onions, chorizo and breadcrumbs, very weird flavours, but vino ...
... We arrived around 5:00 and had a nice glass of wine on the back patio....they have specially built the house and 5 BnB rooms into a hill so the rooms face south and have the morning sun....the pool is also just below the main building. Each room is simply decorated but very comfy and has its own little patio.. Would be awesome in the summer. The back patio faces a huge retaining wall so has the afternoon sun and warmth and they have a ...
... of no quinta. In the process I step on something very squidgy, that gives way under my Sketcher and splatters up my other leg. I gril myself into a cold sweat - a dead bird whose inners are no splattered against my leg? The smell is definitely that of something very dead, for a long time. I cannot get myself to look at my leg - this might call for an amputation. I look down - OMG: BLOOD. I must be in a field full of dead animals, and have just stepped on a rotten one whose insides are ...