Vila Gale Opera Hotel
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... was already very warm. We boarded a shuttle bus which took us to Commerce Street which lay just behind Commerce Square, also known as the Black Horse Square because of the bronze statue of King Jose 1 riding his horse. Leaving the square, we walked under the Triumphal Arch into the main shopping area and past the very strange lift that takes passengers to the higher levels of the city. We then headed east below the castle of St George to the old part of the ...
As soon as I arrived in Lisbon I saw this huge sign stating: A sardinha é de todos! I wondered what it was, thinking it could be some curious ad campaign. Then I saw sardines eyeing me proudly from shop windows and cafés, I saw a huge sardine in Praça do Comercio, announcing the feasts of June. I already knew that grilled sardines are a popular food served during these festivals, but I knew there was ...
... The boys serenade the girls outside their windows (with the help of mates), if the girl is interested she will flick her light in and off 3 times, if she doesn't -too bad! The audience don't clap to show they enjoyed the spectacle, they just clear their throat! Quite an enjoyable dinner in the hotel, David got caught in the bar with a bitter divorcee but managed to get to bed before 1 ...
... like Lisbon. The buildings are all really old, and the cobblestone streets remind me of Antigua, Guatemala. It is extremely hilly so I guess you get a lot of excercise just walking around. The breakfast they eat there is sugary pastries (same as Italy). They are usually cream-filled and always delicious. One night we went over to Maddie and Goncalo's apartment (which was super tiny but cute!) and they made us some ...
... and to be honest much as we take the 'when in Rome' attitude wherever we travel, we were knackered and just wanted the comfort of some typical English grub to fill our empty bellies and recharge us for the long flight to Rio. But all was not lost we found an airport map with a 'You are Here' arrow and additionally very helpful timescales indicating how long it would take to reach the various locations around the airport. As luck would have it we were only five minutes away from ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center