SANA Estoril Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Estoril
First off, apologies for the duplication of entries, but I forgot to set the date for the last two entries and it made the map look like we had gone from Luton to Lisbon and then back to Luton and on to Lisbon again.
In '09 we stayed at a different site nearly every night and never wrote down every one of them in Jeans journal, so when we finally got around to sorting out the trip for the photo album we got a bit ...
... bus waiting for all the other passengers to get off. You would have to pay for such entertainment in the movies.
Bus from airport to train station was excellent and when we got to the station a train to Estoril was due to leave in 10 minutes so we bought tickets and had a pleasant 30 minute train ride to Estoril.
More to follow but after a beautiful day there is now a big electrical storm raging outside.
... and not necessarily a travel reference. The Mosteiro dos Jeronimos was extremely impressive. Anything I can’t get in with one camera shot from 20m away is impressive to me. The detail of the sculptures on the building are so stunning! This must have been the biggest cathedral I've ever been to. After also visiting the inside of the Jeronimos monistary I took a long walk through the gardens to the Tower of Belem. It was very interesting to witness how my mind reacted ...
... time here in ~Lisbon. We went into the city only 2m away and had a meal then walked along the front to see the Tall Ships lined up along the wharf. Then listened to a great blues band playing there til near midnight.
It's very hot at the moment and we have just eaten a delicious ice cream. Now we have to find a fabric shop to sort out another repair job!
Hope to catch up again in the Algarve (Lagos).
... even resembling a tourist office. A nearby map listed an information center on the street, but the big letter "I" on the map had no real-life counterpart. Tired and hungry, we decided breakfast was a good idea before continuing the hunt for the phantom tourist office. Once we were tanked up, we went to the ground floor to search for an information desk - any information desk - that might help us find our way. No luck. Stepping into a bookstore, we first asked about a city map, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services