SANA Metropolitan Hotel
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... Contrastingly, the number of Portuguese who attend mass at least once a week surpass that of Spain, Greece, and even Italy. With approximately eighty percent of the Portuguese people ascribing to Catholicism, the country is overwhelmingly Catholic. This dominance of traditional Catholic value juxtaposes sharply with the lackadaisical attitude surrounding drugs in Portugal. How is a ...
Then we decided to take the number 28 tram to Castelo de St. George. Trams are cute and quaint only in imagination and on the outside. In reality, it is loud, rocky, and really really slow. The interior was of wood and it constantly creaked. I was so scared it was going to
break. It didn’t help that the tram was incredibly packed most of the way there. Which reminds me, Lisbon is very much of a tourist city. I heard a lot ...
... Scott and they wedged themselves into the aisle from the back door. As I eased my backpack to the floor at my feet, the lady next to me was practically yelling into her cell phone, which was just inches from my left ear. Not understanding a word, I thought, “My, this lady is quite intense!” The one-sided yelling continued, her facial features contorted by passion. "My," I thought, "I hope she's not mad at me for squeezing onto the tram next to ...
... unfortunately it had closed and we had to find another restaurant. We quickly found a great Indian Restaurant, Caitlin had buttered chicken, Dianne had lamb korma and I had Goan fish curry, all very excellent. We shared our table with Dan (the marine biologist onboard), his wife Mary and Karen (the nurse), which made the meal even more enjoyable. To finish the day we had a siesta and walked around the city at sunset. We found ...
... century BC. Now that's pretty old! The views were lovely, and it was quite a different feeling walking long the top walkways of a castle wall, with only the edge at about waist height between you and two to three levels below. The stairs to the top walkways and the look outs midway and at the end of each corner are just built in stone steps, so fancy walking up them in the slippery cold rain while you have no shelter from the wind! Times like these I really appreciate, ...
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Reasonable and good service
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