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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... steep. There is the number 28 tram that runs between the 2 districts. Its very old and we will ride that another day.
We take a walk along the waterfront where you can see the Abril Bridge. It looks an exact copy of the Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco. Well it was designed by the same person, so from a distance it looks identical.
We find a nice little cafe for lunch. A bowl of soup of the day, 2 cod fish cakes, a Portuguese tart and ...
... meal at a fish family restaurant - still buzzing when we arrived at nearly 9.30 pm. Yesterday, Saturday, we got us relaxedly. The kitchen workmen were not working as some tiles could not be delivered, no one needed to stay at the house. We said that they needed some time for themselves, and also Melissa had a haircut ting appointment, so the 3 of them left for a while to do that and other errands....But, before long they came back and we all went ...
thinking we would check out the party and then make our way to a club but that
never happened. There was 1 euro sangria, 1 euro shots, restaurants opening
their doors, DJ’S – IT WAS EPIC! We had so much fun and literally danced the
night away. We did the macareana in the streets of Lisbon and had the best
street meat I have ever tasted. We were told that it was the best place to be
in Portugal that night- and we were living on the ...
Our plane made a stunning entry into Lisbon. We flew right over cliffs and beaches that were being pounded by the ocean, and before we knew it, red-roofed houses, high-rises, and soccer stadiums emerged over the landscape. After landing, we were shipped via bus to the customs gate. The customs officer stamped my passport after saying "Charleen. That is a very pretty name”. In almost every country except France and the U.S., people are able to ...
... I can just imagine how cold and dreary it would be for them on cold damp days. These shops are necessary to keep the locals going until they get a chance to visit a larger village or family comes by with supplies.
In mountain towns there will be one window packed full of what is to be found inside. Everyone has a specialty. The streets are dotted with cafés and bars, every morning tables and chairs spill out onto the streets and squares. ...