Holiday Inn Express Lisbon Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... got to the desk and the earliest flight to Lisbon they could offer us would be Monday - not good but we had no choice but to accept it. However we also decided to be put on the stand by list for the 16:20 flight that afternoon - we had nothing to lose.
so we spent 5 plus hours in the airport waiting lounge awaiting our fate.
it came to an hour before the flight time and we three ...
... We told her about our flood experience today and Amr showed her the photo of the cafe flooded, and when they were leaving she and friend and husband came back and wanted to see the photo too!! They went to Sintra today and said it was terrible in the rain.....we were glad we made the right decision, and will try tomorrow if it looks good. A wonderful night, and fabulous food and ...
... The Portuguese are very self-deprecating, and one cab driver went so far as to describe the people to me as lazy, sometimes to a fault. When I asked him what the crime was like in the city, he remarked that every major city has petty crime such as pickpocketing and minor larceny, but in Lisbon there is an almost complete absence of violence. His words rang comically true: "You Americans have nuclear weapons, and stick your nose into other country’s ...
... the weather wasn't on our side, by the end it started raining constantly but in the end the whole day was still amazing.
On our last day in Lisbon, the clouds parted and we took a walk along the river to the bridge and the inspired Christ the Redeemer. We continued along the river to Belem to visit Padrão dos Descobrimentos. After quite a bit of walking we took the bus back in ...
... porteria (Portuguese bakery). Saturday night, however, we did go out for a nicer meal, and sat down to bread and olive oil, at a restaurant right on the main tourist street. The food was very good although portions were smaller than I'm used to. An accordion was being played out on the patio, and it felt like being in Italy if you ask me.
Sunday, our last day, was spent going to the tower of Belem, An ancient defensive tower built hundreds of years ...