Hotel Dom Sancho I
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... we bring so much physical and psychological baggage that our lives here are already predetermined to not differ much from our 'old life’ without putting in some serious effort, hope gleams in our eyes that this time everything truly will be different.
Now that the honeymoon phase – those first few weeks where we all let ourselves relish in the new life and forget that we needed to live a whole month off of the money we ...
A huge sight seeing day. Past the Art Deco bullring, which holds 8k people. They have bullfights on Thursday and Sunday in the season. Most people in Lisbon object to the bullfights and want them to cease. However country people & tourists patronise them. The architecture of Lisbon is similar to Macau, quite distinctively Portuguese.
We meet John , our guide for Lisbon. Lisbon is the capital of Portugal with 1M people living in central Lisbon. ...
... following day.
I saw some things in Seville this time around I seemed to
have missed during my week there for Semana Santa. It was Sunday and the last
day of Feria de Sevilla, the week-long traditional fair that takes place at a
fairground on the city’s outskirts. It’s supposedly as big a party on par of
scale with Semana Santa but different. Many reviews by travelers who have gone
say it’s a very cliquish local event that an ...
... and walked down to the main business area, and enjoyed a 3pm lunch under the oaks that lined the main Street. No Vinoh Tinto (red wine) for Alan, while Son had a sangria - strongest she had had. Apologetic man in the cafe offered Alan at no extra charge a full glass of port. Had some trouble walking down the the old town afterwards. Gave a beggar a €1. Then caught tram 28. A little rattler that runs up and down the older areas, as it has for ...
... from the heat of the sun. We all take shelter in a nearby café as dad orders some refreshments. I finish my refreshing lemonade in less than two seconds and all of the ice cubes inside it. We enter the castle and our mouths drop open at the amazing view of the city. After while we walked into the amazing stone structures that the people back in the day built from nothing but iron tools and chisels. Later the day grew too hot to bear so we went back down to ...