SANA Estoril Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... you, go for that. We tried about 5 machines, on 2 different levels, and the cashier, and finally recharged our card on a machine that worked!! From there we walked along the waterfront, past the King Jose 1 statue and through the Praco de Comercio. We tried to catch Tram 28, but it was Sunday and it was packed to the gills, so we gave up and walked back towards Santa Catarina. We passed the Santa Justa ...
... being that he is the Saint of lost items and I'm an airhead, I pray to him quite a lot so I thought it was necessary) and all we could figure out was it was near the big cathedral. Well in fact irons literally in front of it. So we accidentally walked straight passed it but they pointed us in the right direction in the cathedral. Inside it was the first church we have been in (we have been in a lot) that actually felt ...
... go inside the castle this time
and were pleasantly surprised by the fantastic views and tranquil gardens.
Ice-creams were good too!
Reversed all the transport starting with the bus down to the
square then another bus to the train station, train back to Estoril then car to
supermarket to buy bottle of “Ginja” then home at ...
... but many people were on the move. We were told today that Monday, tomorrow, many things would be closed.
As we walked up and into the Barrio, the night life was coming out like butterflies from cocoons,
eateries ready, fado bars with open doors and twitchy, earnest guys inviting us in. We got home and the eccentric key worked in the lock again. That's got to be good, eh.
Dinner cooked, reading about this place shared, emails attended to. Hoping for a better ...
... couple with the 2-year-old boy I had spoken to, the family of 6 huddled in a corner, the crying baby here and there. But mostly, the outrage had died down to resignation, and people were doing the best they could. I had to re-enter Portugal through Passport Control -- however, the long line of eager travellers I had joined on my arrival here just a few days ago was replaced by a few bedraggled souls who shuffled along wondering ...