SANA Estoril Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... or so rickety wooden stairs to our third floor room, we were nearly dead. Ana, our host, was waiting, and presented us with a basket of wine and sardines which suddenly made everything good again. We found this apartment through Airbnb; it was bohemian and full of character and right in the centre of the old town, perfect in every respect. The Alfama was originally the city centre in Moorish times. It's a bayside labyrinth of cobblestone streets, ...
Olá 2M, I am now in the beautiful country of Portugal! For our first couple of days we decided to visit the small surfing town of Lagos, a four hour bus ride south of Portugal's capital Lisbon. The beaches were stunning but the water was freezing cold! I could tell I was no longer swimming in the Mediterranean Sea. I wonder if you know what ocean I was swimming in? See if you can find out! After a few days at the beach in Lagos we caught the bus back up ...
... watching at Terrerios du Paco. There are 2 cruise ships docked at the moment and the long table behind me were all young crew members on shore leave. Eavesdropping made for an interesting insight into life behind the scenes on a cruise ship! In the afternoon I took the famous number 28 tram (or funicular as they call it) up the winding streets to the top of the highest hill to the Castle of St George (Castel de S.Jorge). From here you get panoramic views of ...
... soaked in red wine for 2 or 3 days. Had some of this on cheese plates.
... not everyone can play a guitar, there are hundreds who can. The couple were building more than a sand castle as the pictures will show. They have a unique talent so we gave a donation to their coin collection. It really was a stunning piece of work.
After that we walked up the road to the top of the cliffs and then back down through the residential area. We found a museum there and as it was free we went in. I must admit ...