Hotel Gat Rossio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... also see the 25th of April Bridge (built to look like the Golden Gate) which crosses the Targus. Since Lisbon is not on the Atlantic Ocean the Targus River is he harbor for Lisbon. The river empties into the Atlantic and Libon is still a busy harbor. We stopped again to get closer views and photos of this beautiful monument. Then we drove to the coastal road along the Atlantic. There is a lighthouse where the Targus joins the Atlantic. The ...
... styles of cheeses tend to mostly be softer and in some cases creamier with even slightly runny insides like a brie. Most of the ones I tried were fairly mild in flavor too.
Cheese often presented with bread and in Portugal nothing is free or included unless it says so. That doesn’t mean though that paying .75 Euros for bread and 2.50 Euros for a local cheese that’s put on the table is necessarily a bad deal. I had several really good ...
... city Lisbon is, we thought as our funicular rattled back down towards our apartment. The feel of the whole place is just so warm and relaxed, some happy Germans took a picture of our feet for us and a jolly Irish lass made us pretend to push the funicular back up the hill.
The only downside we could think of was that we had to fly into Luton the next day. There surely can’t be a more dispiriting destination on an airport departure board than “London, Luton”. ...
... of the afternoon was spent just walking around Lisbon. Since it was Sunday all of the big stores were closed. But there were still some leather shops and various souvenir shops to look at as we strolled. Believe it or not George did not want to go into the beer museum. We walked back to the ship, very tiring, should have taken the shuttle. Tenpin bowling competition on the Wii no ...
... was ever under attacked back then.
After climbing down all the stairs of the tower and getting over the dizziness of the spiral staircase we wobbled our way to the steps by the shore to soak our feet into the river. Portugal is very hot in the summer and very dry too! It’s not humid like RI where it rains all the time. Putting my feet into the river was so nice and it was so cold that it cooled us right down after ...