Esperanca Centro (Luna Hotels)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... character. It seems that there are a lot of Brazilians here… Drinking beer around folding tables on the sidewalks—just like they do in Rio… A pretty laid back, relaxed atmosphere… I find a park bench and pull out my guitar. An old fellow joins me and insists that I play “Yesterday” for him… I usually don’t do cover songs… but I haven’t yet had ...
... when we discovered how cheap a taxi was... and it delivered us near the hotel with no hill walking involved! After a rest we went for dinner in the Baixa area near the hotel and had a pleasant meal sitting out in the street. Apparently we had walked 10km today (pedometers are sooo boring but useful) and so we felt we had earned our beds. Tomorrow we are going to the Oceanarium as our daughter is keen on marine biology..... and it will be cool in the heat of the ...
... with some sort of air travel first. In a sense, it doesn't feel like the trip actually begins until one arrives at the city of departure. After two days of travel we are both weary and bleary eyed, but so full of excitement and anticipation. We will spend the next couple of days recuperating from our "fast" travel and let our souls catch up with our bodies while our spirits begin to relax and slow ...
BARCELONA / SPAIN The last few days we have been in Barcelona. The first day we went to Park Guell. Park Guell was designed by a man named Antony Gaudi. He is a famous architect that gained more fame as he got older. To me Gaudis work was interesting but beautiful. Park Guell is one of Gaudis masterpieces. Park Guell gets it's name from a man named Guell, he is the man who gave Gaudi his piece of land to build the ...
... Portugal used the vast majority of their earnings towards the glamour and glitz of the social elite. Through reading my novel, Lisbon: War In The Shadows of The City of Light, the disparity in wealth during World War II reached perhaps a peak and the infiltration of foreign wealth only brought more justification of one class living in denial and the rest living in disrepair. Even once the colonialism precepts began drying up and the once abundant ...