Internacional Design Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of old people doddering and staggering down the passageways, with lots of cries of "oo, oo, oo" and "oh help, catch me".
I watched one old couple desperately clutching each other's hands for steadiness, but as they were pulling in opposite directions they just managed to go round in staggering circles, making panicky little "oooh" noises. I was reminded of Torvill and Dean in their Gold Medal performance of Bolero in the 1984 Winter Olympics, only ...
Hotel breakfast and then taxi to Sao Jorge Castle. Beautiful views of Alfama, Baixia and Rossio areas of city as well as view of river and bridges. Castle was old Moorish stronghold then conquered by Portugal. Beautiful ruins and artifacts and cool empty castle rooms.
Walked down from castle into Alfama district(old fishing area) on narrow windy streets with very old neighborhood ...
... become a bit complacent!
And so it wasn't until 6.30pm that we called Jorge to meet us to open up the unit at Peniche where we would stay for the next few days.
The unit was cute and overlooking the ocean which would be home for the next 3 days. Sadly the bathroom was only a slightly bigger shoebox than that of Iceland and the lack of a shower head meant the water splashed all over the plastic curtain and then onto the floor.
The toilet was almost ...
... helpful, and I really felt like I had a home there. One of them even gave us a free bottle of wine one night! Lisbon was an interesting city. It has actually been modeled on other cities due to the earthquake some years ago. So it has a bridge that looks identical to the golden gate, and it also has a Cristo statue, just like the one in Rio overlooking the city. Additionally it has the trams and a few hills to accompany the San-Francisco-vibe. Not to mention the ...
... was frighteningly intense...but I didn't think more until everyone started to talk loudly and excitedly, but we couldn't understand what was going on....until I saw Amr holding the front door closed against a flood of water that was growing higher by the minute. Others came to help hold the door while the poor cafe people tried to lift things higher, and already the floor was a few inches deep in water. We were on the downside of ...