Hotel Dom Afonso Henriques
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... is in safe custody but one must question using vast amounts of gold in the practice of any religion. Really, we have never seen so much GOLD!!!
We took three trips on the funicular which is a very steep cable car and wandered about in newer Lisbon, then walked back to Chafarez Hotel for Brunch at 3 PM. It was amazing: Fresh OJ or strawberry juice, Scrambled eggs with asparagus, ham, meats, mixed fresh fruits, salmon ...
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We're thinking of you all in Auckland, what with news of horrible weather, broken power lines, flooding, power cuts, etc. Hopefully, you're all safe and well.
Meanwhile, across...on the other side of the world, we've been blessed with great weather and amazing memories.
We took our first tour of the trip; a - what turned out to be - personalised tour where we (Fongs, Chows) were the only passengers on the ...
... by. The locals got off and started yelling. The traffic was backed up in every direction. The castle is high on the hill above the Alfama district. You can see it on one of the cityscape pictures I posted yesterday. The castle itself is in ruins, but you can walk around inside the walls. The real attraction is the view from the ramparts. From the castle, we walked downhill thru the Alfama area with its maze of medieval streets from the sixth to ...
... into it causing its inhabitants – us in one instance, to flee in horror – we watched him do it again today to some other poor unsuspecting souls. Generally however they are a pleasant and well mannered bunch who are friendly and charming to both these energetic Aussies as well as to Giva and Dizzy.
Today was the day to taste Lisbon in Portugal. It was a late start, so we had time for our usual early morning program. It was freezing on deck as we ...
We picked up vintage tram 28 just outside Praca Da Figueira. The route from Campo Ourique to Martin Mooniz is 45 minutes of astonishing views and absurdly steep climbs. One of the most exciting parts is when the tram commences its rattling climb to Alfama where we are all leaning perilously out of the windows for an in motion of the se' or when we hop out for the postcard shot from Miradouroo ...