Altis Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 5 & 6thC) and was a busy centre for mariners and fishermen during the Moorish period and beyond. It's labyrinth of cobblestone hilly streets survived the earthquake. We started our walk at the Sao Jorge castle, originally a Moor palace in the 11thC and used as a fortress and castle until the 1700's. After that it fell into ruins and much of it was rebuilt in the 1960's under the dictatorship of Salazar. From there we followed our map and ...
... m not sure I'd want to go a day's journey in that little boat, let alone all the way to Africa!), all the way to big military frigates with dozens of cannons from the 20th century.
Lisbon is very full of life! We went into the city (about 45 min from our campground) on 4 separate days and in that time saw 2 parades, multiple live bands, flea markets, roving bands of scouts ...
So ... we board our plane to Portugal. First of all TAP Portugal was great in confirming our baggage was going to go to Europe on the plane with us - like the agent at the gate PHYSICALLY went down and checked for us!
The service was great .... issue? Well if you are 18" or less in WIDTH while sitting (including hip spread) then this plane is great for you! If you are 1/8 of and inch more then that .... well - good ...
... street, and for 7 euros we had a 3-course dinner with wine. I had the traditional cod dish, which was superb.
We grocery shopped and made spaghetti the traditional Portuguese way with more tomatoes - like spicy diced tomatoes.
Once again, the bread in Portugal is unbelievably tasty. I now think they outdo the French. The beer in Portugal is also great!
I saw the Big Milk bar in Porto, but finally tried it in Lisbon. It's kind of like an ice ...
... up to the Castello de Sao Jorge, overlooking a warren of back streets with shops, bars, and restaurants, where bands played live music in the streets. This area was a complete surprise with a view over the river that is spectacular. By using the local transport and two day tickets for the buses we found some great places to eat and drink including the relatively new, river bars that sit under the April 25th bridge over the river Tagus, whose design ...