Cascais is a beautiful port town just West of Lisbon, on the mouth of the river Tagus. Just slightly northwest is the Cabo Da Roca, the most western point of continental Europe. Also nearby is the "Boca do Inferno," or "Hell's Mouth," in English. The Hell's Mouth is a chasm with access to the sea below:
When the waves are strong, apparently water will shoot up out of the chasm.
The town of Cascais is also quite beautiful seaside village. Actually a train goes there from Lisbon and some people commute, sort of like a suburb of Lisbon.
Also they have some beautiful buildings.
King Luis was most famous for his extremely large bathtub, which was turned into the Lisbon Vasco Da Gama Aquarium.
Why not, boats are awesome!
Although here I was worried for a second I was back in Tel Aviv.
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