SANA Estoril Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of days in Lisboa, and are looking forward to our next new adventure in Madiera. Bon Nuit, ;ᘸ 4;ȩ 57;8 484; 1) The Queluz National Palace (Portuguese: Palácio Nacional de Queluz, Portuguese pronunciation is a Portuguese 18th-century palace located at Queluz, a freguesia of the modern-day Sintra Municipality, in the ...
... restaurant associated with a hotel called Hotel Ballio Alto on Rue de Florista- their specialty is Tapas. OMG- what a meal! Monica , I wish you were here.We had 5 Tapas- and probably should have done 4 ( each around 5E) .There was a rare beef slices with kimchi and sake reduction , marinated fish with wasabi ,coconut and sweet potato, duck croquettes with green mango chutney, codfish cakes with onions and ...
... period and has been the plaything of the rich and famous since the moors. As a result it has a concentrated collection of archeological sites, military forts and castles and playful palaces going back thousands of years. It also helps that the place itself is spectacular, rising directly out of the surrounding plains and giving uninterrupted 360 degree views. There are a number of sites of note, however, I focused on the main 2 - the moorish castle ...
... restaurants. OK, so we're not quite the seafood gourmands we thought we were, but tonight it HAS to be. We owe it to Portugal!
We drive and it rains, and after about 30 curvy, hilly (how unusual!) minutes we arrive. Not much going on in Sesimbra - not a beach day, but the restaurants are reopening for dinner and we walk the esplanade and check out menus along the way. Restaurante Canhao is where we end up. Donna picked it because the name reminded her of Canada, I picked it ...
... at the same restaurant in Restaurante Prima Pasta , where the food was again exemplary. I had vegetable soup for entrée, pork escalope for main, and a panna cotta for dessert. We then made our way back thinking how much better Lisbon is than Porto as a big city. Lisbon is cleaner, bigger, more interesting and is worth a visit much more so than Porto. I am annoyed we have to leave Lisbon, but oh well, there is always tomorrow. See you then, goodbye for ...