SANA Estoril Hotel

Address: Avenida Marginal 7034, Estoril, Estremadura, 2765-247, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Avenida Marginal 7034, Estoril, is near Boca do Inferno, Casino Estoril, Tamariz Beach, and Museo do Mar (Museum of the Sea).
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    Travel Blogs from Estoril

    Lisbon - Estoril - Cascais - Lisbon

    A travel blog entry by valfinucane on May 31, 2015

    6 photos

    ... paintings by Paula Rego, a contemporary of today, it's an interesting contrast. Train back along the coast to Lisbon and a walk through the town to the top of the Elevador. You can go up the tight spiral staircase to the top viewing platform but I feel dizzy so only Mo goes up. We make our way to Cervajeria Trinidade for an aperitif before enjoying a good supper in Casa ...

    2015 Adventure - the Battlefields

    A travel blog entry by farmersmart on May 15, 2015

    9 photos

    ... That evening we went to the laying of the wreath ceremony at
    Menin Gate. That ceremony takes place every evening at 8pm & has done since
    1928, except during the Second World War, when it was conducted in England.

    Next morning we went to Tyne Cot Cemetery,
    where 12,000 Commonwealth soldiers are buried. Then we went to Island of
    Ireland Peace Park, before going to Le Trou Aid Post Cemetery & VC Corner
    Australian Cemetery. It was a cold, ...

    Drowning in Lisbon

    A travel blog entry by spiderbobwebb on Nov 13, 2014

    17 photos

    ... I stood I left a small puddle. At one point I decided to wring out my socks in the sink and was incredibly tempted to walk around in bare feet, but I resisted. The museum told the story of Lisbon from its discovery, to times where the colonies were being discovered, the earthquake and the rebuilding. After the earthquake the buildings that withstood the force and the subsequent tsunami were analysed and a style of building developed that would remain standing in earthquakes from then ...

    Belém: Ocean views & Pasteis de Nata

    A travel blog entry by vikkitor on Aug 24, 2014

    1 comment, 100 photos

    ... makes the BEST Pastéis de Nata ever and I’m going to miss it when I go back home and have to settle for the kind from Seabra. The pastry was soo mouthwatering topped with powdered sugar and cinnamon, Mmmm!!! We took some to go for later this week too and the bus around Belem.

    It was a good idea to buy the Belem Yellow Bus ticket because we needed it to cross the highway to the Torre de Belem (Tower of Belem). ...

    Ancient villages bike tour in Portugal

    A travel blog entry by wiedmeyer2 on Apr 20, 2014

    2 comments, 52 photos

    ... 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 ...