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Hotel Lido 2012 Breakfast Room
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Hotel Lido 2012 Breakfast Room.

Hotel Lido is a modern Hotel unit in the Estoril Coast located very near the biggest casino in Europe and close to the Tamariz beach.

The Estoril region has very nice weather all year around and allows golf players to enjoy one of the many golf courses in the region any time of the year. Close by is the Cascais Marina where regattas, sail boat races and match races are held frequently trough all year.

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Uploaded: 08/08/2012
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