Internacional Design Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we get for letting the frat boys drink 'sweet white’ wine all night. Tom and I finally had everyone, but not everyone’s dignity, back on the ship by 6:30 yesterday morning. Good times.
Fun SAS Facts: When you leave the ship it’s fine you just walk off, but on the way back on you have to pass three security checks; at the bottom of the gangway you have to show your ID and take off any glasses and let the crew member look you in the ...
... our packing, placing our two backpacks and 20 Kg of stuff inside the new suitcase. Joe's previous checked suit case became his carry on and we hope this set up works on the next 15 flights we have. Our flight was scheduled for 3:50 so the departure gate popped up around 3 PM. The flight left for Madrid at 4:30.
We almost missed the baggage claim area in Madrid but found it and quickly caught a taxi. Forty minutes and 30 Euros later ...
... the area but due to the lack of time we had to settle for authentic Portuguese cuisine. Since Lisbon sits right on the Tagus river, the menu consisted of nothing but fish, fish, and more fish. So inevitably i ended up with a plate of fish. The plate had fried cod with a side of baked potatoes and vegetables which I assumed were cabbage. It was great! One thing I did notice in a lot of places was ...
... the winding roads you will easily get winded and the streets are all cobble stones so it make for pretty hard walking on your feet. However, once you get to St. Jorge Castle it is well worth the climb. The views alone are so amazing that you could spend hours there just over looking the city. Climb to the top of the ramparts and you will see a very amazing panorama of the city. A little history on the castle:
... the yard. He would have other parking facilities and he would fix every crack in any wall or elsewhere that he found. I was all about the interior and how I would "lighten up" the furniture but leave the gorgeous rugs on the cobblestone, terrazzo and wood floors. I would move the laundry facilities inside, they are in an out building, and take over one of the washrooms. You do not need three bathrooms in this house. I love the cracks and the ...