SANA Metropolitan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSANA Metropolitan Hotel Lisbon
Reasonable and good service
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... throughout the palace, we thought it was well worth the visit! Then we went to the National Palace of Sintra, this palace has a history dating back to the eleventh century. We particularly enjoyed the amazing tiling throughout the palace, in most rooms the floors, walls and even some of the ceilings were covered in the tiles. We still had a bit of time to fill in before we needed to leave Sintra so decided to take the one last bus to the ...
... dinner. We went back to Prova, the little wine bar we had gone to on our first day in Porto when it had been raining. We got three tastes of wine, some cheese, olives and aged ham...perfect.
Our last day in Porto was Friday (8/15) and we had nothing planned so we walked down to the riverfront to a little bike rental place by the bridge and rented a couple of bikes. The proprietor was all about the customer service so he was very detailed in explaining the various routes ...
... home past the age of 21, and even in some homes 18 is the maximum before you must go out and find your way. I personally notice many young people are waiters, store clerks, and other positions that require some sort of knowledge and education meanwhile elder people are street hustlers and taxi drivers which require years of dedication and street smarts that can only come with age. I find this to be strange, but not all that strange because it only makes sense since Portugal was under ...
... where we had a fabulous time tasting wines and eating cheese, ham and sausages. Imagine, the very best sausage was the one with that had its own blood in it…..and I tasted it first!!!
... was destroyed in 1755 by the earthquake which damaged most of Lisbon, now it is a city square with restaurants, bars, statues and a lot of pigeons but very beautiful. From there we walked further into city, and found the Elevador de Santa Justa which takes you 30m up a tower (built by the apprentice of Mr Eiffel (Tower) for awesome views over the city. Instead of catching it back down, we left via the top walkway and carried on up ...