Hf Fenix Garden
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHf Fenix Garden Lisbon
This hotel was well priced, clean and near everything. Across the street was the hop on and off tour bus. The front desk was helpful and breakfast was included. I would recommend this hotel to anyone looking for a safe, clean place to stay.
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Most of our friends knew that we had travelled to all 7 continents and 70 plus countries. Our goal is to reach 100 countries in our life time. Portugal being one of our "new" countries made this trip especially exciting. We were told that major portion of Lisbon was destroyed in the big 1756 earthquake and the following tsunami and fire. The …
Lunch is at a quaint hunting-lodge-like restaurant in Sintra, and includes soup and a seafood rice dish. A few of us have chicken instead of seafood. I have "Santa Claus Melon" for dessert – something I’ve never encountered before in my life. It is a lot like honeydew melon, but even sweeter.
We return to Lisbon to visit Jeronimos Monastery, Belem Tower and ...
... in Atlanta for the last 30 years. Each of us got along famously sharing our love of great food and wine. This is going to be FUN!
We were escorted into the dining room table by table and seated with an amazing view of the vast blue sea. Dinner was 7 courses which I shall share with you now:
- Perlita Caviar d’Aquitaine with Cream of Sea Urchin, paired with Dom Ruinart Brut Rose 2002
· Hoisin Sauteed ...
... the park and head for the highest point of the Serra which has a stone cross raised by King Joao. Thankfully, the park is not on the group tour agenda so we enjoy the fresh, cool air in peace.
We then walk to the nearby Moorish castle, which dates from the 11th century. Legend has it that the King of Norway was sailing along the coast back in the 12th century chilling with his Vikings and was ...
... cnr. Very easy and no booking required. We saw inside a burnt cathedral, a hidden church, learnt about the devastating earthquake in 1755, rode a tram, walked the tight streets, and tried a local liqueur. In the arvo, I trammed on my own to Belem to see the Monument to the Navigators (built in 60's but tasteful), the tower (underwhelming and should be free entry not 5 Euro), and then Jeronimos Monastery (world heritage site and well deserved). ...