Hotel Dom Sancho I
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
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... weigh up to several tonnes and they were really massive.
The different species on display were more than any we have seen in other aquariums and every tank and display provided us with more oohs and ahhs as more and more unusual fish came into view. Sue was in 7th heaven!
The sea otters looked cute and wouldn’t stop showing off, the penquins had real ice in their enclosure, the sting rays ...
... here until 1833. Belem Tower - situated at the entrance of the river Tagus. It was built here between 1514 and 1520 with the aim of defending the entrance to Lisbon. Discovery Monument (or Monument of Navigators) - The monument is a tribute to Portugese navigators and was built in 1960 dump for the commemoration of the 500 years since Prince Henry the Navigator. We didn't do the optional tour as we thought it would have been good to spend some time in the ...
... was half way between a brautwhurst and a hot dog. It wasn't warm but it wasn't salami I was expecting. Anyway the wine was great. I ate with my gluten free crackers while Daniel dined on european breads (argg) but alas we decide to buy a bottle and move on to met ludi for real dinner.
On the way back we had a very interesting very Lisbon experience. We got on the trolly but with in less that 2 stops we were stopped by a car ...
... types of dishes made from seafood.
Perhaps another major player in Portuguese culture is the Catholic faith. Portugal has always been a Catholic nation. There are many Catholic churches and Catholic traditions that can be found throughout the country. Indeed, many of the national holidays are Catholic holidays.
All of these things contribute to the culture of Portugal. The dynamic history of the nation have shaped it to become what it is today. ...
... one of the few features of Lisbon to survive the 1755 earthquake. Once we reached the riverfront, we walked along it past the cruise ships docked along its embankment, until we reached Praca do Comercio ("Trade Square"), which opens up to the waterfront. It's the main square, and was the site of the Royal Palace before the earthquake. Now it's lined with government offices, with a statue of King Jose I in the center and the Arch of Triumph at the ...