Hotel Gat Rossio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Lisbon was our second stop in Portugal and a much bigger city than Porto. We arrived by train which took about 3hrs from Porto. The train was fairly bumpy and swayed a lot so we were both quite happy to finally arrive and step into the fresh air. By the time we arrived and checked into our hotel in the Rossio area it was late afternoon. We set out …
... with incredibly helpful staff. We woke Sunday morning to a local flea market which was fun to walk around. Dawn bought a little treat for Morgan. I can't disclose it here but I think it is cute enough to start a trend for the lucky artisan who made it!
We headed to the airport in lots of time which was good because just as we arrived, the taxi driver's phone rang and he told us we had left a ...
... to the April 5 bridge and the Christ the radema monument which is exactly the same as the one in Rio. There is one other in the world ( can't remember where) and they all face each other. At Belem we also had a ice cream. Cornetto's are everywhere in the world!. We also did some souvenir shopping. Back on the bus we were going through the residential area of Belem where the rich and wealthy live when all of a sudden we came to a stop. An accident had happened 2 ...
... degrees… which may be the hottest I have ever felt in my
life- it was beautiful! We woke up around 11 am and headed out to find
breakfast. It was so weird though because literally the area we started walking
in was like a ghost town. No one was there, nothing was open and it looked like
the streets had been partied in. The only thing we could find that was open was
a Mcdolands, so we took full advantage of it and enjoyed some chicken wraps.
After our ...
... are in no rush to serve you. You should not be in a rush to be served, either. When the set was done, the lights went back up and I ordered my “caldo verde”, a green kale soup with bread. People began to chatter. I tried crossing my legs, but the table was too short. I felt pretty underdressed for such an occasion, but no one seemed to even notice me. Another woman approached the stage, and sang until two in the morning. It was a wonderful first night in Portugal. ...