Hotel Dom Sancho I
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... back in touch with oneself without the interruption of phones, media and the daily pressures of life. Also, we are walking this together, so it will be an opportunity to spend long hours talking, dreaming and planning the next phase of our lives. In addition, there is no better way to commune with the Creator than walking through a beautiful country and enjoying the natural world.
I hope this helps to explain our motivation, obviously there are some other very ...
... That seems impossible
because with four of us and almost all our luggage, that taxi was pretty full. Nonetheless, we turned back to the hotel, picked up barbs main suitcase (!!!!!) and zoomed back to airport, making it through check in and security just in time to board.
PS all of this eventfulness has given ride to a new travel code word for us. "GATWICK". For Dawn, this was the catastrophic ...
... to the April 5 bridge and the Christ the radema monument which is exactly the same as the one in Rio. There is one other in the world ( can't remember where) and they all face each other. At Belem we also had a ice cream. Cornetto's are everywhere in the world!. We also did some souvenir shopping. Back on the bus we were going through the residential area of Belem where the rich and wealthy live when all of a sudden we came to a stop. An accident had happened 2 ...
... day in Lisbon we took Tram 28 (infamous for pickpockets) to the Castle of St. George. A group of pickpockets got on midway and jostled John, but he had put his wallet in Karl’s backpack as a precaution. They exited the tram shortly before we arrived at the castle. We wandered all around the castle and then went down the hill a short distance to Wine ...
... forest on a large steep hill with tons of paved paths and smaller windy trails to a ton of sites with gorgeous lush greenery. I think my cheeks hurt by the time we left- it was sunny, had beautiful surroundings and there was a ton to explore. My favorite part was an old cistern that you could walk down into (and down and then down and down again- it was a ways!). From the bottom you could go through a small maze of caves to ...