Real Residencia Suite Hotel
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... the lights and you are suppose to be very quiet, no video and no flashes. We had a cute older couple sitting beside us and as the first performer started singing, the lady picks up her phone, reads few texts, then proceeds to take a picture of her husband, FLASH and all! Lit the place up. Needless to say she was a little embarrassed. But that didn't stop her from talking to her husband. We think she got ...
... Just before getting off the bus our guide announced the bus to Cascais and Sintra was leaving at 2:30 p.m. Since we had a little over two hours we decided on a gentleman’s lunch in the Ritz Four Seasons next door to the Intercontinental. The only disappointment was that our leisurely gentlemen’s lunch had to come to an end to catch the bus. We could have taken in the luxury of the Ritz for the rest of the afternoon.
It was going to be a long day. We slept in as best as we could because we didn't have a hotel due to our 5 am flight the next morning. We hit our same breakfast spot for a Rochas and a croissant with ham and cheese, then tried a new coffee shop called Brown's for some new drinks. We had a lot to pack still as we hadn't even begun but we had the condo until 2:00 if we needed it. We got all packed up and out of the condo by 10:30 and headed to ...
I (George) am doing the blog today for reasons which will become obvious later. It was an excellent day today. First of all the sea was not as bad as on the way down. We have travelled up the Spain and Portugal coast, a bit blowy and overcast but much better wave conditions. Today's big news is that Danuta has finally beaten me at deck quoits. There were only three us ...
On the road again....This time traveling to the northwest- right to the Atlantic coast to a town called.ALJEZUR.We climbed the hill through the old quarter to a 10th century Moorish castle.Although it is mainly in ruins , a cistern and towers remain.The views are splendid.We stopped at a small restaurant for lunch and sat close to two young women who were coming to the area for a yoga retreat.One was a new young doctor ...