Esperanca Centro (Luna Hotels)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... here in Portugal, so I decide to make an exception. It turns out he’s a Ukranian who doesn’t speak Portuguese very well… We still manage to communicate a bit… then I head on my way… I wander to the north side of town to an even livelier Brazilian neighbourhood and then back to the bus station. Overall, I’ve enjoyed this cheerfully unpretentious working class ...
... St Sebastian. There are 7 in Portugal. Eventually arrived and the place is large, old, well appointed and furnished, and quiet - as it is the middle of farm country. Will send some pictures tomorrow. Quiet highways and no speed limit in a number of stretches. Drove out with Jan's brother Peter and his wife ...
... and while I can remember a time when there were usually smoking sections within a sit-down restaurant, I have to admit that for most of my memory companies or local or state governments have banned smoking within restaurants. This may be why I noticed smoking so much in Lisbon since I was not used to sitting in a restaurant with people smoking. While I grew up around a large number of smokers, some of which did not like rolling down car windows or opening kitchen windows ...
... or 5 point turn to get around each corner. Crazy, if you ask me. Finally I arrive at Pena Palace. An old monastery that was expanded into a palace to serve as the summer palace for the Portuguese royal family. The surrounding gardens, lakes, duck ponds and secret gardens cover 200 hectares. It really deserved a 3 day trip to see them all. I only managed to see Pena Palace and the town square.
... earlier. But our pace was slower, we were soaking in the chic vibe of the city. And there was no rush because the city never sleeps. We were still seeing sights at 8pm...returned to our hotel for showers...and then went out for dinner. At 10 pm on a Monday night it seemed like the whole city was still out.
We found a wonderful restaurant on a side alley and we sat outside on the cobblestone street. The ...