Hotel Dom Sancho I
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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Multilingual staff
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... favs- I come to find out later ( I am writing this after the fact on a fast train to Rome:)
Before dinner we open a bottle of wine Ludi brought-( she wants us to save ours) after not eating all day I feel the wine quickly and suggest we move onto dinner. We head to dinner at the old windmill that is now a very groovin little restaurant serving Mexican food- I know right? Anyway dinner is pleasant but I ...
... of decorative tiles and wrought iron balconies. The people are friendly and streets are inviting with many pops of colour. Toby took some great photos, we found Jye a post card and we both fell in love with Lisbon. Lisbon is a place we would like to return to and explore further.
We were exhausted after our own tour of Lisbon. We decided not to go to the theatre tonight. We set our clocks back 1 hour. Next stop Gibraltar ...
... history of the lead up and execution of Operation Overload and the landings in France. Moving on from last years WWI history lessons, it was interesting and eye opening to learn more about WWII history. We took a tour to visit the major sites of Omaha beach, Point-de-Huc, Utah Beach, memorials and surrounding bunkers. Again the loss of life was devastating on both the Allied and German sides.
From Bayeux ...
... the ticket office. The castlrr consisted off the outer castles walls in which you could walk around and up and down on, to see the most spectatular views We had ever seen. Finally, the long hike up had paid off. After a solid hour exploring each and every wall and lookout spot, it was time for the downward desent. We found our pastry of the day and hopped on the train home. All was ...
... do it is not. It is obviously important that the trees do not die as a result of their activities. They are apparently very well paid.
Another item pointed out to us was a thistle called Cardo which is used to curdle milk for cheese making as well as a herb to treat various ailments. The cheeses made this way are called Cardoon cheese.
Now back down the bumpy unpaved single lane road to get onto some decent roading and off to ...