Altis Grand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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Hello! Well, I survived my night train to Lisbon! At 3am, just after I had dozed off I had a large man and a flashlight in my face mumbling 'passport' at me. The train was stopped and nothing could be seen in the darkness outside. I assumed we must have hit the border, and I was in Portugal! The remainder of the night journey was restless, and I was pretty exhausted when I arrived in Lisbon. At the train station I was told my hostel was 'very far' but I brushed it ...
... the museums we planned to visit so after about 2 miles we hopped on a bus using our Lisboa Cards which gave us discounts on museums and free transportation. The first place we went in Belem was the coach museum which was a fascinating collection of the most elaborate coaches you can imagine. They were mostly ceremonial coaches for the kings and queens of Portugal and those folks knew how to ride in grand style! For once there were good explanations. Next stop was lunch at a ...
... country giving resources to both the allies and to Germany throughout the war. It seemed in the eyes of many of the immigrants not much had changed up to the early 2000s. Portugal was still a place that was very neutral- not docile but calm and undisturbed in many ways.
The effects of immigration in Portugal during the time of WWII and currently can also be compared. Both increases in immigration during those two time periods occurred because ...
We stopped for lunch and sampled our first Super Bock. The house next door had a great tile picture of all of Sintra with its various palaces.
... with big smiles on their faces. We are glad to see them. We, Tony and I, were nervous that The Rattler wouldn't hold all of us and luggage, but piece of cake, the Provan's have packed light! Off we went to Penedo with a stop to pick up fresh out of the oven, Brioche. Yummy!
We just had that last climb up the winding hill before we could put on the kettle for tea! This is where it got interesting ...