Altis Grand Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Gate Bridge. Salad, followed by roasted pork with French fries and rice (light on carbs, right?), with a beautiful cheesecake for dessert. By this time we are like family, and it is difficult saying goodbye at the end. Five of us fly home tomorrow and four depart the following day. Wishing safe travels to all…thanks for coming with us on this ...
... our bags and navigated our way to the Metro station to catch our 2 trains into the city. The instructions the hostel give you are really easy to follow, so we end up on the front step of the hostel approx 35mins later.
The hostel is right in the centre of town, on a pedestrian only street, which is good when we have bags to tow haha! We check in, and head to our room...and it's massive! We have our ...
... road is Sintra castle based on an old monastery that seems to have one of every possible feature: turrets, cloisters, chapel, walls, ridiculous stairs. We had mist, rain, hail, sun, the day was terrific.
Stopped off at a town called Cassias which was a fishing port, then the holiday spot for Lisbon and it's about 15 kms from the city centre so you can see why the 19th century rich and middle class would escape all that way. Lovely place, fortress, ...
... in each little town, I felt my eyes slowly getting heavier and heavier and my past two nights beginning to pay their toll. Arriving back in Lisbon, cranky with hunger and tiredness, we immediately got suggestions for dinner and headed out to eat. After getting turned away from our first option because it was too crowed and we had no reservation, we settled for some outside seating at a place down the street. After seeing and smelling the delicious seafood at ...
... to puke smell). Anyways, looking Portugese enough, I had people speaking to me. I couldn't quite understand the one, but I think he was telling me that there were seats further up the tram. Generally speaking, the people here are very kind, and we ended up with an old man, telling us all about how to get from the tram to the Tower, then to the Monument of Discoveries and back to the Monastery, including where we had to go over the train tracks, and where there was an subway ...