Altis Grand Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... help people be more successful in life. I mean, BELIEVING you're going to succeed (even if it be on a false premise) might actually help you succeed, won't it?
Now it's my turn to recieve a "prayer", and the pastor puts his hand on my head and begins invoking a greater power to bring me success and have all my wishes come true. Meanwhile the girl keeps gesturing that I close my eyes. I do--for a moment. Ah! That's the trick! With your eyes closed, and a loud, insistent voice ...
... flown by Portuguese airman from Lisbon to Rio, Brazil. They flew transoceanic before Lindberg but had to stop for fuel. The Compass Rose is a marble map depicting Portuguese discoveries and colonies around the world. It is a gift from South Africa because Henry the Navigator discovered the Cape of Good Hope. The Cape provided a route for sailing vessels around the southern tip of Africa. Across the street from the Monument of Discoveries is a block long museum that ...
... Tresor, Destiny, and Alana identified a jellyfish, but fortunately, no one went near it or was stung. On the way to and from the waterfront, we were able to stop in some cute shops where some travelers were able to do some shopping.
We met back up with our tour guide, Mariola, and went to dinner. Dinner was kind of a bust – food was not good at all. But, we took advantage of our hotel location and went to ...
... carrying that same gentle charm. We strolled by the Tagus with its selection of sailing vessels from the ages to the Art Deco Cais do Sodre railway station, stopping to listen to an upbeat African band with their very own dancer, like that Bez out of the Happy Mondays. Only he’d be called Baysh here in this peculiar sounding language which formed a confusing, but unthreatening, background noise. Then we found the Elevador da Bica, a cute yellow little funicular ...
... data, Dave bought a new sim with 30 days of unlimited data for just 2.50€. He still had to put 5€ worth of talk time on it so we could make phone calls. It was a much better plan than our original sim which cost us 10€ with just 250mb of data.
Unlimited Internet for 30days for 2.50€ - Great Deal for Tourists
This data sim for 2.50€ is ideal for short ...