Ibis Lisboa Saldanha
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Well located close to the Metro, with on-site parking and continental breakfast. Good value for money. Terrible Wi-Fi.
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... away. Really nice little place with good food, the Mackerel Tartare was especially good. After that we headed to a rooftop bar above a parking garage one of Sonja’s friends have told her of and had some drinks before realising how late it was and that we both had flights in the morning. Lisbon was a really nice city and one day really wasn’t enough but it was a brilliant way to finish up what’s been a great ...
... promised, Frederico dropped us off at the entrance to Castelo do Mouros; there was no line for tickets and we were able to get a combo ticket for the castle and the Pena Palace. The castle is a very ancient site, nothing much remains except the walls and towers, but it's an amazing place - hard to believe that back in ancient times they were able to build this fortress on the top of this incredibly steep and rocky mountain. We climbed up on the castle wall and at one point you kind ...
... Politico, “this is a lost generation”. That is what they truly believe and much of the blame on a stagnant Portugal has to lie on the Salazar regime. Since the takeover in the early twentieth century, this fascist government decided to close its people off to the dynamic nature of the global community and promote very “traditional” ideals (I use quotations because such an arbitrary term is completely subject to the context and setting). This then isolated ...
... hand, the Queen’s bedroom was beautiful and the dining room holding about 100 people pretty amazing.
We followed our noses for a lunch ...
... star family run hotel. Room on the ground floor for a change.
Next day we drive to palacio Pena on the peaks of the Serra above the town of Sintra. In was built in the mid 19th century as a folly by King Ferdinand and surrounded by a large park. It is truly built on the peaks and the walk from the car park to the entrance is nearly vertical and provides a good workout. We arrived at opening time and ...