SANA Metropolitan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsSANA Metropolitan Hotel Lisbon
Reasonable and good service
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Travel Blogs from Lisbon
... Andy Wahol's Judy Garland and Brillo Box Tower, David Hockney and Jackson Pollock, Magritte, Miro and Max Ernst. Another must see is the fabulous collection of azulejo (tiles) at the Museu National do Azulejo housed in a beautiful old convent building. Tiles (blue ones especially) certainly define Portugal and this museum displays them in old cloisters though out the building. Inside is a very lavish Baroque church that includes tile scenes all around the ...
... city walls, we sat on the pier overlooking the sea, and we stumbled upon a pink road! On the map we saw a street labeled Via Rosa - literally meaning the pink road! Once we navigate to that destination, it's actually not a pink road at all. Oh well. We head to the buses to take us away from the city we were just starting to fall in love with, we look to our left, and we see a road painted pink! (Don't ask why... it's not like we were in the city long enough to ...
... to finish. Heading home and using a google maps screenshot We then took on our next job , Cork and Co. After about an hour struggling up and down Rossios hills We stumbled upon what We hoped to be Cork heaven, We were well confused, as instead of hundred of cork bags that We had hoped for We came across just about everything else. Cork chairs and tables,.hats and ...
... Rotarians from around the world. The convention started with a parade of flags. This features the 180 nations from around the world. I have captured the presentation of the flag of the United States in one of the photos. The parade of flags was themed to the music of the Olympic fanfare. It was impressive to see each country announced and hear the representatives from their country cheer. I would ...
... from the church before the earthquake. It was a strange sight because there were all these old pillars and then new work all around them which didn’t really fit with the stone. We finished our tour in a big square in front of the theatre and then decided we might check out the tile museum. However, by the time we got to the stop and waited for a while for the bus, we decided we had had enough for one day and would just head back to camp.
The next day we ...