Estoril


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Estoril

a resort in W Portugal, near Lisbon, on the Atlantic Ocean: noted esp for a famous avenue of palm trees leading to the seafront. Pop.: 24 850 (1991)
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But I know he reached the semi-finals in Estoril last month and he beat some good players to get through," said Nadal of his opponent.
For a day on the beach, there are frequent trains westwards to Estoril either from Belem station or Cais do Sodre station in the city centre.
Estoril has found that the 3G footprint is good at some of the core locations its staff visit: Edinburgh, central London and at airports.
So by the time I left Estoril I felt like one of those surfer dudes - on the crest of a wave.
We are expecting 2005 to be another strong year for our development and for Miami's marketplace in general," says William Ross, president of Estoril, the developer of Espirito Santo Plaza, a new multi-use building with 116 condo-hotel residences managed by the Conrad chain.
But when Hayden was shunted out of the Portuguese Grand Prix at Estoril by team-mate Dani Pedrosa, Rossi was given the chance to take the points lead.
Like Beat it is my first time in Estoril and I am impressed by the show.
Provision of maintenance services and conservation of green spaces and urban parks situated in the territory of Cascais, integrated into the Union of the parishes of Cascais and Estoril, and in Alcabideche parish, municipality of Cascais.
Estoril and are not entirely safe from slipping into the relegation zone and were hammered 5-0 at second-placed Porto last month and 6-0 at leaders Benfica at the end of February.
Since those days, Estoril has become overshadowed by Portugal's southern Algarve when it comes to British tourism.
Wednesday TENNIS: Estoril Open - British Eurosport 11am.
After his triumph in Spain last time out, Stoner made it two wins in a week aboard the factory Honda as he led all the way from pole position at Estoril.