SANA Estoril Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Estoril
... terrain and the highlights of each biking day. I found out that I ordered the wrong bike (a road bike instead of a hybrid). Jose immediately called Lisbon to arrange a new bike to be delivered for me. Now I understand why their company earned such high praises from all their clients!
On this tour we stayed at some very unique lodging places. At Marvao, a town about 6 km from Spanish border, we stayed at a hotel surrounded by ...
... washing machines with a hammer in the street, emptying bottle filled bins, concreting in the house three doors up and meeting to discuss the world as they know it (I think). We find we love the place, the real community feel of it ... but couldn't live here.
We woke earlyish and had an arranged call with Elen who was happy and excited by everything and so wise about all kinds of things. When we ...
... and the bodies of the dead were buried at the site of the church. The King requested from Venice a 'relic' of St. Roch, the patron saint of plague victims. The relic arrived and a shrine was erected and later the church was built. The result was – a plague of relics :-).
Then it was off for a drink nearby followed by a downhill trek to Praça do Comércio (the Trade Square - which is actually a rectangle). When we had ...
... as I was in that moment. It was one teeny staircase and there were people going both ways non-stop. The view was beyond worth it once we finally made it though. From here we made our way to the Sant Justa Lift, which also has a gorgeous view of the city, you can see the mountains, St. George's Castle, and the entire ocean [sea?]- it was stunning. I feel like I've seen enough views of cities at this point and this specific one is one of my favorites. We went to ...
... 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 ...