DoubleTree By Hilton Lisbon - Fontana Park Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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... he drove us over to the castle ramparts and entrance.
Anna and Charlotte were tired and hungry at this point, so they elected to stay at an outside café at the castle entrance, have lunch, "watch boys," and wait as K and I visited the castle. We never went inside the castle, as the real treats were in the views from the outer ramparts and upper walls, around which we walked.
We were all tired by the time we rejoined ...
... leading up to it, lined with tall 18th century elegant houses-some made into little bars, cute tourist shops and others lived in and some falling down covered in graffiti- they love to tag all over the place, on ancient monuments and supermarket walls.....within the fortified walls are ruins, peacocks, and a wine van- like a coffee van but selling alcohol. How civilised!!The views are wonderful, and you can see why the fort was built there, as it overlooks the whole city ...
... dinner at a restaurant called Duk's.
Day 3...is Embarkation Day! Our time for embarkation was 12pm. So, we spent the morning doing some shopping for some little people back home. This always takes longer than planned...but that is ok. After that we walked back to the hotel got our luggage together and had a taxi take us to the Port.
The check-in process was quite smooth and we boarded the beautiful Marina...this will be our home for the next 16 days.
... for the original little fishing huts. Drove back, and found we were later than expected as they had booked an early dinner for 7.30 so that Xavier would last. So we went directly to the restaurant, all in our non-posh clothes, and this was a very very nice restaurant, at the Graham's Port wine cellar. Lovely place, with lovely view over Porto, and beautiful food. What a lot of wonderful food, and a wonderful end! Thought we would have an ...
... there was a line that moved 1 metre every minute. At six at night we came down from the mountain and that's the end of that day. On our last full day in Barcelona we went on a bus tour around the city to close our time at Barcelona. The next day at 1 I the afternoon. We had to be on a boat to go fromBarcelona to Italy, the ferry was 19 hours. At 7:30 the next morning we hopped off the ferry and we were in ...