SANA Metropolitan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Reasonable and good service
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... view from above would be terribly captivating.
As the walk down here from the monastery was quite long, we looked for the tram stop and took that back to the monastery. Although we were getting hungry, the lines at the restaurants in the area were super long, and it looked like it was going to rain again, so we decided to check out the National Coach Museum. In the early 1900's the Queen of Portugal foresaw the coming of the modern automobile and preserved ...
... a new city ever before. The city of Lisbon is built on 7 hills and is full of a huge amount of history involved in just this one town. The city square was devastated by an earthquake that destroyed most of the city. The earthquake hit on their holy day and the population were all at church, having leaving their candles on at home as well as the fires for the feasts that were to happen after mass the crumbling buildings were set alight for 2 days straight. The fire ...
... Almada. We drove a half hour to a little town called Azeitão, where we were given a tour of the Moscatel de Setúbal vineyard, owned by the same family for 8 generations, since the early 1800s. The gardens were perfectly manicured and there was a Wisteria covered Pergola leading to a bamboo forest. At the end of the tour, we tasted a red wine and a really sweet dessert wine. They were delicious! At the tasting, I met a girl named Cole!! I ...
what a day! Such an awesome place. Started the day slowly with a lie in, even though we went to bed early and it was clocks back!! Unheard of, but we all needed a sleep. Ship didnt arrive in Lisbon until 12.30pm so we just pottered about until 11 and then went up on deck (found a secret deck right at the front of the ship where there was nobody) and watched the arrival up the River Tejo, and under an amazing bridge which looked a bit like ...
This morning we travel along the coast line of Portugal to Sintra. Passing many ports, shipping is prominent in this area. We stop at Cashcais for lunch. A place of much wealth, many big homes along the coast. We take a walk through the narrow lanes to experience the local people going about there normal daily chores. We arrive in amazing Sintra, tour of the summer palace. Spend the afternoon exploring ...