DoubleTree By Hilton Lisbon - Fontana Park Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... us on the red wine instead. The magnificent view across the city rooftops took my mind off the gnawing awkwardness I feel in any over-formal eating situation, I mean, why won’t they let us pour our own wine for flip’s sake? All this didn’t matter when we were presented with our steaks, the most perfectly tender and perfectly medium-rare cuts since our night in a Buenos Aires steakhouse. They hadn’t finished with their promotional activities yet ...
We started our Adventure in Portugal this morning by exploring the historic core of Lisbon on a walk. We decided, however, on a unique way to reach our starting point, exchanging our modern coach to board vintage cable cars – Tram #28 in this case – to rattle through the streets of the city. Lisbon is a hilly place, built it seems, like legendary Rome, on seven hills, and the ...
... 8221; hotel, we headed out for
lunch and ended up with an interesting octopus and rice dish. It was very good,
but there is something about tentacles on your plate that can be a little discomforting.
So we finished with a lovely pastry – there seems to be a bakery every block or
We had a great walk through town in the afternoon, and
fended off the rain with umbrellas and a ...
Today was the first day we saw land since we left. None of us could believe how quickly the days have gone by. We've been having a lot of fun on the ship, and now the "boat people" and the "Cambodia people" all have names. We've seen them many, many times, and we even have plans to get together with our boat friends who live in Plant City, and we all want to plan a day ...
... time to enjoy the free breakfast provided in the hostel (crepes!)
The monastery of Jeronimo is in Belem, where the Portuguese sailors left from, and it was the first thing they saw upon returning home after a long voyage.
There are more than 40 museums in Lisboa and we enjoyed one of the lesser ones. The last queen of Portugal realized at ...