Lagoas Park Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Oeiras
... lots of wrought iron balconies and pastel coloured buildings. I eventually found myself in the Alfama district at Museo do Fado which outlines the development of traditional Portugese Fado music. Lots of melancholic singing accompanied by guitars and violas.I hope to get to a live performance in one of the Fado houses before I leave. Then it was time for a very late lunch (4.30pm!) and my first taste of authentic Portugese food. I sat in ...
... cross the bridge back to the Chiado district and come across a small square where local artists are displaying their crafts. There are some very nice things here. We stop to see the work of one woman. Lots of cork - bracelets, bags, and other things. Donna finds some gifts and I buy my wife a watch with a cork band, which I think she likes.
First we shop, then we eat...
Stop for lunch at a sidewalk cafe, one of several thousand such places in Lisbon ...
... to fall into. We took a late bus on Friday to Albufira. Went to dinner and caught up with the Family on Skype till late. So much for an early night. Saturday we walked to new town - the strip and spent a lot of the day on the beach. This was more of a mix of Pommies and young Germans or Dutch people compared to Aussies and Canadian in Lagos. We stayed in again o. Saturday because we wanted to get the 7:30am bus to Sevilla (5 hrs) as the next one was at 1 which would be too ...
... proceeded to critique the mural on the cathedral's back wall, much to the irritation of the local nuns.
... the huge hole of debt Portugal has dug itself into, this scene looks downright disturbing. At the top of the hill is a a shopping mall and a large park (which also looks pricey to maintain). It's called the Poet's Park, and this one I must say I do enjoy it despite its extravangance. The scuptures are pretty cool--there's one of a giant man's head and two women sitting in the brain. I'm doing a video clip of that one, dedicating it to several of my friends that it reminds me ...