Altis Grand Hotel
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... restaurant who served coffee to go?!?! Eventually we found a very cool bike shop that also happened to know what an "America" is. Looking at the time, and the big hill in front of us that we ran down we decided to hop in a taxi for 5 euro to get home asap.
We are having a hard time getting T-mobile to work with texting so I hop in the shower, Daniel calls T-mobile and Ludi- well she waits for us. Its more like ...
... power ports everywhere - in their lounge and planes. Uh, they do but they didn't work with my stuff too well and I got tired of moving around trying to find one that would. The one on the plane was totally messed up - which left me with a dead tablet when I got the Lisbon (and everything else). So - word to the wise - take an already charged travel battery. I had one, but it was packed away where I couldn't get to it.
... have all been good. There is no shortage of excellent art galleries in Lisbon and two of the best exist due to private collections. The Colouste Gulbenkian Musuem is set in a beautiful garden and has comprehensive collections of work from Egyptian to the 21st century. Highlights were 2 Turner seascapes, a wonderful collection of jewellery and glass by Rene Lalique and some wacky contemporary installations. At Belem the Museu Coleccao Berardo displays many well known ...
... churches and cathedrals. Obviously the big draw for Granada (and for all of Spain) is the Alhambra, and it doesn’t disappoint. If you can only go to one of the cities you should probably go to Granada just to see that. It’s huge and has incredible architecture and gardens and is one of the most impressive complexes you’ll ever see. But Cordoba has an incredible big-ticket item, too, as its cathedral/mosque is incredible, once one of the biggest mosques in ...
... in 1902. The streets here are narrow and cobblestoned, the sidewalks are barely there (the gawking is going to be a problem again, although we were surprised to have cars stop for us to cross the street), the buildings are adorned with beautiful Portugese tile, and the historic squares (largo) are bustling with people. We stepped inside Sao Roque Church in Largo Trindade Coelho, one of Portugal's ...