DoubleTree By Hilton Lisbon - Fontana Park Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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The hotel was something from Denmark on steroids. The hallway looked line either a runway or a hallway from the Danish version of Manhattan Mini-Storage.
... in Disney World during their Flower and Garden festival, we haven't been to Florida this year, after all. Min said no, but she's do another cruise. Dear God, I'd rather go to Herne Bay than that. I've got some work to do here.
Tomorrow is our last full day at sea, then Tuesday morning at 7am we dock at Southampton. Suddenly the end is almost here. What happened to the last ten days? They seemed to have disappeared in the blink of an eye.
... squares, narrow streets and lots of monuments around most corners. People observe the rules about pedestrian crossings (always a good sign) and they have those controlled pedestrian crossings that tell you how much time you have left to cross. I like those!
Transport also includes tuk tuks which does seem a little out of place on the Iberian Peninsula.
By the time our walk finished about 6.00pm Sue and I ...
... developed here), Jeronimos Monastery and Belem Tower (both UNESCO World Heritage Sites) and Maritime Museum were all that we managed to cram into our one day here. Weather, mid twenties. Back on the boat we enjoyed a CocoLoco cocktail, or two, in the Crows Nest Lounge as we sailed back down the River Targus on to our next destination. Put Lisbon on your must visit ...
... cultural site, about 30 minutes from Lisbon. As we approached Sintra, we could see two structures in the mountains -- one a Moorish castle (it looked just like what you expect a castle to look like), and the other Pena Palace (brightly painted in red and yellow). We passed through Sintra and drove up the mountain to Pena Palace. Pena Palace was built as the royal summer palace on the ruins of a monastery by King Fernando II and his wife, Maria II in the 1840's. The ...