Dom Carlos Liberty Lisboa
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
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... pictures and sent them to all of our mutual friends.
The next morning, we got up and had breakfast at the hostel, chatting with a couple of American girls who were in the middle of a 3-month trip through Europe. Then we started hiking through the city. We made it up the hills in Alfama and down to the River Tejo, stopping only to take pictures of tiles, ...
... trade, Isabel granted Columbus’ request there in Granada.
So while Portuguese mariners were opening up India and the Spice Islands, Columbus was claiming what proved to be Central and South America for Spain. Which begs the question…what if Portuguese King John II had embraced Columbus’ vision? Tiny Portugal would have controlled discoveries both East and ...
... you ready????
But first the Captain’s Party. Meh. We drank OK Champagne with a few small bites (remember, we had no lunch) and listened to the stats regarding the ship….wine consumption (YIKES, we’re a bunch of wineauxs) – 14-thousand bottles!!! Stats about who is on board……#1 USA (over 600 guests), #2 UK, #3 Canada, #4 Australia. That’s all I remember!
OK…back to ...
... Enrique I. After the crusaders sieged Lisbon, Portugal officially set its boundaries and Lisbon was named the capital of Portugal. The way that the moors built the streets was a unique part of my visit. When we wanted to find a place to eat we would wander through the winding streets not really sure where we were going and not paying attention to the hills and turns. When it was time to find our way back to ...
... us space whereas Nicola would just go about her daily routine. I guess both ways of hosting have their pluses and minuses!
We've had a lovely few days exploring the historic city. I love the cobble stoned maze like alleyways of the Alfama district, and all the beautiful miradouros (lookouts) up hills with stunning vistas of the city below. It reminds me a bit of Dubrovnik here with all the orange ceramic tiled roofs.
The area of Belem was ...