Villa Rio Hotel

Address: R. Proj. Av D Infante Henrique IC19 Tercena, Queluz, Estremadura, 2745-629, Portugal | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on R. Proj. Av D Infante Henrique IC19 Tercena, Queluz, is near Cascais, Queluz Palace, Tróia, A Wilder Beach, and Iberian Wolf Recovery Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Queluz

    Day 2: Lisboa to Sintra

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Feb 02, 2020

    27 photos

    ... large, four story abandoned buildings in the middle of the city turned into fascinating murals--like a giant lizard covering the entire side of the building, or a king with a giant crown. A bit further there are some very well done political graffitti murals--one of them showing Angela Merkel as a puppetmaster and the Portuguese president as a puppet...

    I continue on to where the famous aqueduct cuts through the city, creating this long arched bridge-like feel winding through ...

    Our Arrival into Lisbon

    A travel blog entry by lauriemclachlan on Sep 22, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... period(over 3 weeks). Their car was new when they picked it up and after they returned it, it was going back by truck to Paris to be sold as a second hand vehicle. ( They put on 3,100 Kms) A Peugot. They shuttled us to the aero port and we caught a bus into Lisbon. Unfortunately, it started to rain- torrential downpour. The water was gushing down the streets. At one point, we saw a surge of water that was going ...

    Mi Casa es su Casa....a veces

    A travel blog entry by abbyhaynes on Jul 01, 2014

    ... distrust from years under Franco contrasted with the tendency to not delve too far into the issues of Morocco’s monarchy may be evidence for the underlying cause of something as subtle as treatment of houseguests. Because the people of Barcelona have the looming shadow of mistrust instilled from years under dictator rule, their propensity to be hesitant of welcoming anyone but family into their most intimate space – the home, makes ...

    Lovely city. Just to many whinging pomies there.

    A travel blog entry by adekay on Sep 13, 2013

    1 comment, 71 photos

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    Something Portugal is famous for is the street paving patterns in Cascais. I actually felt dizzy walking on these streets. You feel like you are walking on a wave and about to fall over. If you focus and stare at them for a while they appear to be moving. Or maybe that was the wine with lunch.








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    Day 7: Queluz, Sintra and Cascais

    A travel blog entry by phoenix7 on Aug 18, 2013

    18 photos

    ... impressive from the street. But looks can be deceiving. This palace was absolutely beautiful. In fact it reminded me of my favourite, Schloss Charlottenburg in Berlin, with its femininity. But the courtyard here was stunning. When I got outside to look at the tiled channels through which the river has always run, I was approached by a staff member and invited to come watch them train some birds of prey kept at the property. It's a new project, aiming to restore the ancient ...