Hotel Dom Afonso Henriques
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... signed the Treaty of Tordesillas, giving Spain rights to all new discoveries west of the line and Portugal rights to all discoveries east of the line. Brazil bulges far further east into the Atlantic than the rest of South America, over the line set by the treaty. Though it can’t be proven, many believe Portugal knew of its existence prior to the treaty.
We finished the ...
... So, now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going swimming, then I’m going to read. We have to prepare for our Captain’s Cocktail party tonight. Dinner is our SPLURGE….La Reserve, by Wine Spectator!! We shall be treated to a meal prepared for us and paired with selected wines. So looking forward to it!!
I shall report back when (and if) I’m able later….
Ciao for the moment.
... that, even though we could not understand the language, it was clear that they were disturbed and longing for a loved one.
Another one of Salazar’s “3 Fs” that is still present in Portugal is futbol. During our time in Lisbon we went to a huge viewing of a futbol game on a field and learned what makes this sport so intense in Europe. In this specific game it was Benfica vs. Sevilla. Even though the game was not being played in ...
... benches. Everyone joined it! The LP described in perfectly … A Baiuca, on a good night, walking into here is like gate crashing a family party! It’s a special place, where locals take a turn, and spectators hiss if anyone dares speak during the singing! It was a great night, and I think it’s the first time on the trip I can honestly say I felt completely and utterly relaxed and totally in the moment! Finally I’m in true holiday mode!
... fortress was originally built in the Iron Age, reconstructed by the Moors, and then once again by the Catholics in the 15th to 17th century. It was crazy to think that just 400 years ago, soldiers had been patrolling the very fortress that we were casually walking along. We could see the holes that I’m sure were used to fire canons. What was also crazy was to see how similar the architecture style of the Iron Age was ...