DoubleTree By Hilton Lisbon - Fontana Park Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... idea what that meant, but David opened his wallet and gave the croupier a $20 bill. Tibor took it, dispensed it through a special hole in the table, threw a few brightly coloured chips at David and we were off.
Suddenly there were cards being shuffled and dealt and chips flying about all over the place. The speed of the dealing was amazing. In a matter of just a few minutes David gained a huge pile of chips, which shrank, then changed colour from red ...
... up with me April 15 in Madrid. I guess it was all set.
Sometimes the trip is not what you expect. And that is all part of the adventure.
Leaving was an ordeal. I live over an insane hill from the airport and if anything goes wrong, which it often does, the road is closed for hours making planning an airport rendezvous tough. So, I planned to go over the night before, hang out with my daughter and ...
Day 32 - Lisbon Portugal
Today we arrived in Lisbon. Toby and I did not pre purchase any tours and decided to do our own exploring. We bought a hop on, hop off bus pass and saw the sights of Lisbon. Lisbon has been the capital of Portugal since 1142. Lisbon is beautiful and has 20 centuries of history. It is amazing how the people of Lisbon restored their city after the earthquake and floods in 1755 and have been fortunate ...
... Discovery. It contains the tombs of Portuguese royalty as well as many other important figures from Portuguese history. After that we went across the road to see the Discoveries Monument, built on the north bank of the Tagus River to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the death of Prince Henry the Navigator. The monument represents a three-sailed ship with significant historical Portuguese explorers on board, lead by Prince Henry at the bow. We had worked up ...
... on exploring the city properly.
We found the square he had mentioned as a good place to eat – it was a big open area with speakers and dj booths, bars and heaps of food shacks around the outside. We grabbed a few snacks to keep us going for a few hours and continued the walk down to town. The walk to the tour meeting spot was pretty straightforward but gave us a first look at the Lisbon Streets – just the right mix of prettiness and grunginess and not ...