Saboia Estoril Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... as trains go there frequently and is only a 30 minute journey. So this morning after breakfast, we went out for a good coffee as the hotel's we did not try but did not look enticing! Then we went for a wifi session at Starbucks. So after all that we set out with umbrella (me) and rain jacket (Amr) and had a wonderful wander round this very lovely city. It rained on and off, as it did last year. We associate Porto and Lisbon with ...
... and went to the Tile Museum (Museu Nacional Do Azujelo) set in an old convent building. The tiles were so interesting - explanations of HOW the different types were actually made - and the convent building itself really amazing, especially its "over the top" church with fantastic art works on display. Tiled panels, walls and ceilings all fantastic - a unique Portuguese form of art. Some are geometric, some flowery and some a ...
... tarts as well as something else. She didn't respond well to my standard method of asking the server what their favourite thing is and just gave away dirty looks. I instead quickly pointed at something just to keep the line moving which turned out to be a delicious palmier. The custard tarts were pretty fantastic as well. I think the main difference is that they know they are going to sell, so they have them constantly coming out of the over fresh and crispy rather than sitting ...
... trams that take you to the higher reaches. We first walked right through to the waterfront and sat in the sun with many others watching Argentina play Switzerland with a cold beer. A very good match won by Argentina in extra time. Walked back through the city and took the severely overcrowded funicular to the Bairro Alto to find a place for ...
... as soon as you alight from the cable car. They wander nearby as you walk around the site, but instructions are clear that you are not to feed them or get too close to them as they may bite and we can also be dangerous to them as they can be susceptible to human diseases such as measles... They are regularly vaccinated for rabies etc. but the British government. The other unusual part of this journey is the fact that you actually have to walk across the ...