Amazonia Jamor Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... reassuring, but, we arrived at the address before midday, as arranged. Number 93 it said on the confirmation. There was a shop at number 93. And was that surly looking man loitering outside the shop our Luiz? We approached him to ask his name and he broke into a broad, disarming smile, laughing that he was on the lookout for people with luggage (we do travel light).
KK: Apart from being the exact address we had been given, this tiny shop couldn’t also be ...
... jokes and tell stories but they fell pretty flat. We had a few enthusiastic Americans to answer all of his annoying questions though. The tour itself took us all around the central city and gave us a really good look at the different parts but didn't have too much in the way of interesting history. That was more the guide’s fault than Lisbon’s…
One thing he did tell us of any worth was not to waste money on any of the paid elevators that were ...
... burn off our morning tart we walked back into old Lisbon and nearly wore our feet out!
That was our big touristy day - on the others we picked out one thing to visit - and one day we simply wandered up by the Music School (equivalent of our College of the Arts or Con at Melb Uni) and sat and listened to Uni student age kids practicing for hours - with the architecture around us and the scales wafting over us on the warm breeze it was ...
... It is sold out of shops and booths everywhere. Almost as ubiquitous as Starbucks coffee is in our part of the world.
Thus ended the day in Sintra. We rode the train back to Lisbon and found a park to watch the sun set over the city and the Tagus, rode some trolleys, and finally went out to dinner at 9:30 at night like good Iberian Peninsula citizens. I collapsed into bed about midnight with visions of castles and trolleys running around in my ...
... stroll down the edge of the water. It is truly magical to stand next to the water splashing against the side and watching the lights twinkle from the bridge. Just a ten or so minute walk down the water front and you will come across Belem Tower. It looks like a massive sandcastle, with intricate details and a drawbridge going into it. A sandy beach surrounds it and it is picture perfect.
After one night in Belem, it was time to explore Lisboa city center. The ...