Hotel do Sado Business & Nature
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... back of the tram with a small crack opened on one of the windows. Tina was tired from being on high alert due to pick pocketing issues on the funiculars. From Praca Comercio to Armazens do Chiado, it was all Tina heaven. Shopping shopping shopping. We stopped at Santini's Gelato. Oh god, another line up. We waited in line for 20 min before we got our hands on their famous gelato. Tina was not so impressed with the strawberry flavour and thought it was reproducible, but I ...
... have the typical Portuguese tiles covering the whole of the front, others have very decorative plasterwork. We caught a funicular car up the steep hill which led us to a viewing area with cafés. Back to the bottom and we could hear some music, heading towards the sound we found all the little restaurants, bars and cafés. So we sat a while with a beer (Paul had 2). Whilst we were there a ...
The trip was uneventful although the A380 was by far the best plane we have been on. Not much engine noise, and the seats were more comfortable with more legroom. The driver was waiting for us at Lisbon and we were at the hotel here in Setubal just after 1:00. After a shower we wondered around the old town. It is so pedestrian friendly. Many streets ...
... by 5 minutes and be able to get on it there. But the train left a bit late and kept stopping in between stations, so I was convinced that I had missed my train and would be stuck in some random city with nowhere to go in the middle of the night, it was terrifying. I didn't bother going to my seat because I was so on edge so I stayed in the cafe carriage. When I almost fell asleep with my head in my hands I decided to stand in between carriages to make sure I stayed awake. I ...
... the oldest book stores in Portugal, it was built in 1732 and survived the earthquake. The things I'm learning from different people about the earthquake! First the earthquake was on Nov 1 which is some kind of Catholic holiday which remembers your dead relatives, you take a photo, light a candle and remember. Well in a church primarily made of wood in an earthquake you can imagine the fires which started from that. Also, the walls of the ...