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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... door to reveal a smaller switch box and clicks the switch back on. We all laugh and feel like idiots as she leaves and we quickly finish prepping dinner, tuck in while flicking between channels trying to find a movie.
We polish off the rest of the dinner, sangria and decide to have an early night with a decent drive ahead tomorrow down to the southern coast of Portugal. We prep our bags, lay in bed and have a laugh before crashing out quite quick. ...
... to the ship and rest the baggage handlers had a different idea. We are with a large group of people and it takes some time to get them all together and loaded on the bus add that to the baggage delay well, you get the picture. We finally get to the dock and we can see the ship. Can't wait to get to the room ...
... that are open to the public, for a fee. Anticipating the long layover, I had signed up for a service called Priority Pass that provides access to more than 700 lounges, world-wide. I had my choice of two lounges in Terminal 3, and I believe that it is nice to be able to relax with complementary food and drink rather than waiting in the departure area. The flight to Lisbon departed on time and ...
... Europe. So, of course, I had to take a photo so you could see it also. The restaurant we had lunch at had really good, plain, simple food, and a super GREEN wine. I do not know if you have ever heard of a green wine, but I know I hadn't. It was really quite good, kind of like a cross between a Pinot Gris and a Sauvignon Blanc. Yum.... We had two more things to see before Joe delivered us back to our hotel. Belem tower and Jeronimos Monastery.... Both exceptional pieces ...
... in Lisbon has elucidated the diversity of immigrants in Portugal along with their effects on the state.
Immigration is in fact a large part of the Portuguese development. There are people that have come from Africa, South East Asia (mostly India) and the Latin American countries of North and South America not to mention Brazil. For a while, I tried to identify the cultural group of immigrants that dominated Lisbon. Were most of the immigrants ...