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- Drycleaning onsite
- Babysitting service
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... 20 meters underground and one of the grottoes has you carefully stepping on small stones across a lake to find it! The grounds and home were closed to the public until 1998 when the Portuguese government acquired them. Everything at Quinta de Regaleira is maintained to a pristine level and so beautiful that we hated to leave! As much as we hated to leave our storybook village and day, we headed back to the train station and Lisbon, knowing that another adventure ...
... stones. Cautiously I crossed stone by stone waiting for one to give way while arrows shot out of the caves like in Indiana Jones, but it wasn't quite as exciting. Generally thrilled about how my day was turning out I pretty much hopped, skipped and jumped up to the roof of the palace where there are clear views of the Moorish Castle in the distance. The day was getting on so I decided to quickly walk to the Pena National Palace on top of the mountain before I had to leave. This ...
... Spain more and more, the waitress asks you if you'd like red or white wine and then she gives you a bottle, great when you're not driving. We spent the rest of the day ambling around Lèon and thinking what a nice place it was. Wednesday April 15th Had a biggish motorway drive today all the way to Porto in Portugal. We crossed the border into Portugal and as usual there was no welcome sign, just a sign saying something about the motorway tolls which we couldn't figure ...
We caught the tram back into town and called home for a siesta until reasonable Portuguese dinner time. We found a local restaurant around the corner but weren't too convinced it would be any good when we saw the very plain door. However inside the place was huge, brightly lit, and best of all, packed with locals tucking into good looking food. We tried out our incredibly basic Portuguese but they had decent English so we soon had some cheese starters with ...
... We had our daily ice cream in the square by the river (which looks gigantic) and it's actually cooling down! This hostel has a big common room with a bar and a kitchen where "mama" cooks dinner every night and you can get a 4 course meal with drink for 9€. Pretty good! We didn't eat tonight but are provably going to have the soup tomorrow. Soup seems very popular here. Along with seafood, of course. Really wish either one of us ate ...