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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to pass by these fortified towers in order to reach the city - an effective way to keep pirates at bay, and ensure that taxes were collected. It was here that our tour ended. Unlike our previous free tours, where the guides have suggested that tips are welcome, but not obligatory, Francisco actually put a bit of pressure on everyone, claiming that tips are his bread and butter. Being Aussies, and not used to tipping, we had been happy to pay for the afternoon trip, ...
... whipped by. Usual European motorways all linked and so great.
Went to Obidos which is a medieval town and all whitewashed ... We wandered around and bought the local delicacy for dinner tonight. Chocolate cups with a little bottle of ginger liquor. The plan is the ginger goes into the chocolate cups and devour yum yum!!!
Arrived at ...
... get cranky.
The Mosterio dos Jeronimos is a monastery of the order of Saint Jerome, an order of monks apparently only popular on the Iberian Peninsula. It’s possible to visit the church and cloister, and the extended wings of the huge monastery complex now contain other museums, making Belem a very concentrated tourist center. The Jeronimos Church contains tombs of some royals (which kings and queens and princelings are there ...
... the one at the ruins, but definitely better than the first one in Coimbra, I gave it an 8/10. Once again, the flavour wasn’t too rich.
After lunch we did our orientation walk, which started with a bus ride into town. Whenever we are on the bus or travelling somewhere its definitely a benefit only having seven of us including Anki. From the Restaurados station we walked down through the main square and had a Ginginja, which is a Portuguese alcoholic beverage that has ...
... as much in Lisbon by comparison to the States. I’m not sure if this is true, but it seemed as though the cigarettes’ odor in Lisbon, and admittedly everywhere I’ve been in Europe thus far, lack the powerful bite of their American contemporaries. I’m also not sure if this is true, but it seemed as though people smoked more while just perusing the city’s rolling streets, though this may be a misunderstanding on my part: clouds were usually in my way. ...