VIP Executive Villa Rica Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... probably 30 km south of Lisbon on a " great ocean road". This place became famous as exiled royals gathered here during the 20th C world wars. Romanian, Italian, Spanish royals all set up shop here and turned the fishing village into a high society soiree. White sand beaches, 300 days of sunshine per annum and now the biggest casino in Europe, owned by Stanley Ho (from Macau). Many small fishing boats with nets are in harbour. We see many ...
... and after a long walk found food in a house that had been turned into a cafe where we drank some of the best wine I have had and a regret not buying some to take back, it was from Porto,Portugal which is known for great wine. After, we explored Quinta da Regaleira. Now this place is truly a must see. There is a unique house to explore and also so much nature. The flowers here made me feel like a little girl again. They were colorful and beautiful and I ...
Another day, another travel schedule. Our second morning in Barcelona was a short one in Spain as we needed to catch the train to the airport around 9am on our way to Lisbon, our last city on the trip. We had packed a little bit the night before which made the morning less stressful. After getting ready we took a walk to the same breakfast spot we had hit the morning before, Cafe Oasis just a block away. We ordered the same exact things as the morning before ...
... performers and just ordered fries and beer before Tom and I head back to the ship to catch dinner and drop of our stuff. The whole team (evan included now too) headed out for drinks around 10 and we were all pooped so we just went to a bar up the hill across the street that overlooked the port and the MV Explorer. I drank beer and everyone else drank wine for the night. I also kept the contents of my stomach that night while others were not so lucky. ...
... up was 1.5 hours under the mid day sun. Tina stood in line while Bruce went to take photos of the facade. We bought a dual attraction card to avoid the line up at the next destination. Tina (as her usual self) tried to use her student ID to save 6 euros and was successful. She made Bruce stand far away as he would age her. (And yes, Tina wrote that last sentence). The Maritime Museum was next to the monastery. As Portugal is ...