SANA Metropolitan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Reasonable and good service
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Back from Sintra and the long uphill walk from the subway stop to Intercontinental left us in need of a martini and shower. Before adjourning to freshen up Jim and Chuck asked the concierge for a restaurant recommendation. His first choice was “Eleven”, however it was booked this evening. We decided to make a Saturday reservation for “Eleven”.
His second local choice was “Pabe”. It was located just a few ...
I met the others at 6:45 at the Black Horse Square where we went to the beer museum for a drink. John and I ordered the dark beer (Preta). Michele, Chris, and Arlene ordered the light beer (Bohemia), and Beth had a white wine.
The glasses were very cool. They also were for sale, which we didn't ...
... VII park is lovely and has monuments to Queen Elizabeth of England and a really interesting one dedicated to April 25, 1974 when they won independence.
We then headed to the Belem district. It is outside the city about 3 miles but it has many historical buildings that survived the earthquake of 1755. And it was the send off point for all the Portuguese explorers from the Age of Discovery.
We saw the Jeronimos Church (St. Jerome to us guys, not the Indian from america) ...
... oil on a plate with some pepper, cracked open the sliding glass doors out to our private roof deck and ripped apart the bread, finishing the entire loaf and half a bottle of wine over the course of an hour or so. It was a great ending to a good day of travel and rest for a full day of touring Lisboa ahead of us. After catching up on some emails and posting to Instagram, our condo had free wifi as well, we hit the sack for a much needed rest. Miles walked: ...
... beautiful. And olive trees are also scattered around here, sometimes acting as fence lines round the vineyards. So first on Friday we were taken to a town, Amarante. Lovely old part of the town, with church, river, monastery, AND a pastry shop that Miguel was keen for us to sample. We have done so much eating! But this was delicious, and very sweet, but not creamy rich...! We then drove to another town, via scenic route - Lamego, on one of the ...