Holiday Inn Express Lisbon Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... due to the fact that it is the cheapest item on the menu and it is meant for locals only. At the end, we ordered the pork sandwich and a "wet octopus rice". The pork sandwich was below 3 euros and the rice was around 13 euros. While the sandwich was respectable and cheap, the rice was amazing!! Each spoonful of rice is like a swim in the sea with the eight legged monster. I give it a 9/10. Next, we walked to a fado bar called A Tasca do Chico, in Bairro Alto. ...
... you down the years I was there on those quiet evenings when you knelt and prayed And when you looked at my photograph I felt your doubt and fear And heard you wondering if I was safe and well And whether I was far away or near But I was there and remember this The great God heard your prayer For the cosmic mind that formed this wondrous earth Vast mountain ranges, oceans, life and trees Whose spirit shines in the morning sky And whose voice is carried on the breeze The power ...
... a fair bit and cause one to slip backwards.
We got off at the final station, which was in Prazeres, where Dad had his photo taken in front of the old tram. We then went looking for lunch, before eventually settling on a Starbucks café in the middle of Lisbon. We then boarded another tram, this one would be a semi funicular tram, which would take us up the top of one of Lisbon’s hills (which there are plenty of I might add). The ride ...
... in Belem is outrageous, has the most amazing architecture. Cascais is a little town about half an hour from Lisbon and has the most beautiful beach with rock caves. We missed our first train the next morning which was slightly depressing running for it and then seeing it move away without us on it but luckily we didn't have to wait long for the next ...
... of Rio de Janeiro. (Courtesy HAL Background at a Glance)
As we sailed toward Lisbon from Cádiz, the Captains warning about more" interesting seas” came to be as we rocked and rolled through the night. When we made a course change around mid-morning the ship took a serious "tilt” to starboard taking some glass and flat ware with it. We were not affected, and programs went on as scheduled. We had a 10 Am Mariners ...