Holiday Inn Express Lisbon Airport
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and ended up being a new favourite! It was a really delicious combination!
We briefly thought about trekking out to Sintra the next day but decided to have a sleep in and head up to Porto instead. We had a lie in and I managed to order takeaway coffee in Portuguese (success!) and was very kindly bullied by the owner of the bakery into buying six custard tarts for the price of two. I'm pretty sure that's what she was saying and either way I walked out with 6 still ...
... we walked along the viewpoint to see the entire city and all the beautiful red rooftops within it. So amazing! After more than enough pictures had been taken we decided that we should actually go inside the castle walls and take a look around. From here, we were able to see an archaeological site and then a permanent exhibition that held pieces that were found in that actual archaeological site. It was very cool to see the bones and pieces ...
... bent is amazing. The gardens were also fab. One had 85 hectares of park and garden.
That night was our Fado night. This is the Portugese folk music. These are many Fado bars in a few areas of Lisbon and we got a good one from a tip. It was a great night of food, beer and music. We bought a couple of CD's to remember the ...
... are used as a site to receive visiting heads of state and for official treaty signings, such as Portugal's admittance to the European Union in 1986.
After lunch we went to the National Coach Museum. In 1905 the last Queen of Portugal saw that cars would soon obliterate horse-drawn carriages. She decided to use the palace's riding-school building to preserve her fine collection of royal coaches. The collection has more than 70n dazzling carriages. The ...
... de Belem, where, we ordered 8 pastries de Belem (custard tarts.) What happened to the, we order 2 tarts and share it between the 4 of us? We went overboard, since this was our last day in Lisbon. Hopefully it is the final word on these nice pastries.
Riding on the tram home I could not help but smile, I thought how much it make it think of South Africa. The tram was rated for a maximum of 28 people, but when I counted, after the first stop there was a meager ...