SANA Capitol Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSANA Capitol Hotel Lisbon
Very slow lifts but great breakfasts
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... we are complaining – our omega 3 stores are at full capacity!!!
On our last day we headed out to magical Sintra – a 40 minute train ride from Lisbon. This is where the royalty used to go in the summer to escape the heat of Lisbon. It is at a higher elevation and is very lush. Our first stop was the Pena Palace built in the 1800s on a site that use to be a monastery. The outside was very impressive, painted in bright colours that ...
... 6th – 8th centuries), and then became home of Lisbon's mariners and fishermen.
Highlight of the day may have been the gelato at Santini’s – came close to Berthilon’s in France.
Notwithstanding some other issues with the hotel (location, noise), they do offer a visitor’s happy hour every night, which includes a free glass of wine and some ...
... friends, making our long way back "home" to Freiburg.
After spending the night in Brussels Airport (I'll spare the details on that, as this is already a long post), we finally arrived back in Freiburg on Tuesday afternoon. Realizing I now have less than 20 days left in Europe, I am wishing time to slow down forever or start reversing... With only 2 more Eurotrips left and one last week in Freiburg, here's to making this dream last forever!
... the cobbled roads and decorated cobbled footpaths. Trams are ever present, a tangible vestige of the past. Painted tiled exteriors to entire buildings are common. This bus showed us the grand boulevards (Rue de Libertad), the monolythic sculptures to kings, discoverers and clerics, and how widespread the city is.
From Belem, De Gama left and got to India, Magellan and others who 'discovered' Brazil. So we marvelled in the river side, hilly city, the down-at-heel ...
Well, after 16 hours of flying, one taxi, walking up and down a few steep streets with substantially heavy luggage (well, mine was). We made it to Lisbon. Our spot is at Rua Loureiro. With a beautiful terrace, kitchen, bathroom, two bedrooms and a living room. Just freshening up and heading out to find some wine and cheese to have on our terrace tonight when the sun sets. Weather is a beautiful 27 degrees and the sun is supposed ...