Hf Fenix Garden
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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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... thoroughly pleasant. Just inland from the
Baixa and also below the hills is the Rossio neighborhood with several more
large beautiful plazas centered on fountains and monuments to famous people in
Portuguese history, mostly kings.
Like many of the streets in Lisbon some of these plazas are
planted with Jacaranda trees, which were in full bloom while I was in the city.
“Are the trees in Lisbon really purple, or am I just looking at the world
... all places, right smack in the middle of their extreme record breaking weather. Fingers crossed all the delays are done as predicted when we roll thru tomorrow night. Life has been so hectic and crazy I just can't wait to mix up my pace of life and take advantage of the culture & cool peeps I'll be meeting over in Portugal & Spain. Trying to brush up on my Spanish too. So with that voy a verte en ...
... the music: the slow, mellow, and Nostalgic Fado music of Portugal is in stark contrast to the fast-paced, exciting Flamenco music of Spain. The restaurants in Spain serve your food much more quickly than in Portugal, and there is a much greater sense of urgency here than there was in Lisbon. Valencia is much quieter and much more reserved than Madrid, but it is still lightyears ahead of Portugal in terms of pace. Spain, as is I’m sure the rest of Europe, is ...
... Bridge and the second longest bridge in the world the Vasco de Gama Bridge 17km long.
The most impressive monuments are the Tower of Belem and the Monument to the Discoveries jutting out over the water like a ship, on the prow stands Henry the Navigator and the statues behind him represent the noted explorers, astronomers and other significant explorers who were involved in the voyages of discovery.
A fitting finale to our cruise we ...
... restaurants in every direction, everywhere you look! Choosing one we sit down and order. I am looking for something a little more 'normal' whilst Kevin is looking for something with a local flavour. We order some bread ( we have seen some amazing bread being sold) and it arrives with a plate containing pâté and cheese. A good ploy, as a quick squizzy at the menu details in the 'fine print' that these are additional not complimentary. We order - grilled salmon for me and Portuguese steak ...