We descended back from Cristo Rei by bus in the evening and took a further stroll along the river side via Rua Ginjai . Along the way are abandoned warehouses, run down buildings, graffiti , fishermen and exceptional views of the Rio Tejo, 25 April Bridge and the glorious Lisbon. The walk is quiet and very different from the bustle ferry terminal. It took us around 25 minutes (including photo shooting) to the end of the path. Two restaurants stand to greet visitors. We picked the colourful Restaurante Ponto Final . If you walk a bit further, you will reach the Boca do Vento lift to ascend to Almada old town and Cristo Rei. Apart from fabulous seafood , we were rewarded with stunning views of the 25 April Bridge and Lisbon between the evening and night. P.S. it was very windy next to Rio Tejo . The way back was dimmed but romantic. A few lights dotted the path in the cold night. Goodbye to the beautiful Cacilhas!