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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
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... colors were €35 and the acrylic paintings were €20 and I am almost positive we walked away with a water color for €20. It's a cool painting of the tram with some cathedrals in the back ground and the only color is the yellow of the tram. We had looked at some other options but this one seemed like a decent deal and again he was painting right in front of us so it was nice to support an artist we knew was actually making the work. The tram ...
... of the golden gate. He ate freshly grilled squid, followed by freshly boiled snails and drank beers by the giant Jesus statue. We met up in the evening, exchanged notes on our day's activities and had our caricatures drawn in charcoal by a talented local artist down one of the cobble-stoned streets in Lisbon.
Madrid was the next stop scheduled for our great adventure. We had arranged to get a lift there with a Spanish couple offering a ride on blablacar. They were to pick us ...
... around. The local train and metro systems are cheap, clean and simple. The bus and tram routes allow you to see a large chunk of the city (including up the various hills) - and the airport is within the boundaries of the city itself making it very accessible indeed.
In short; Lisbon is easy to get around, full of things to do and see and definitely somewhere I could happily see myself returning to in the future. It was very very warm mind you (35+ degC)
... rooms and artifacts, but really the draw was just wandering outside the castle and taking it in. The day ended with a decent dinner and a train ride back to Lisbon. It really was a good day. I remember being told to go to Sintra when I first set out to Europe in 2010, and had actually worked for a company named Sintra on internship (the owner Mark Hughes is Portuguese, no surprise) but am really glad I finally got to see it in ...
... sea and the clocks went forward by one hour. DAY 6 During the night the wind increased in strength and the ship moved around but only slightly but the wind continued throughout the following day to the extent that it was impossible to sit on the exposed open decks. The sun shone, however, so in the shelter of the wind it was very warm. We accomplished several walks around the Promenade Deck, which extended three sides around the ship so when we reached the end ...