NH Campo Grande
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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Several years ago the four of us started the tradition of ‘the restaurant“ night. This year Steve was given the assignment and he chose the Panorama Restaurant in the Sheridan Hotel. Up on one of tallest hills in the city the view was spectacular. We saw the landscape from the lounge area where martinis were served. Then our window table unfolded onto a complete canvas of the old city and every surrounding ...
... such emotion expressed in the extreme since the few
hours I spent in Naples in 2003 on my way to Pompeii, where yelling and crying
and fighting and obscene gestures seemed to occur spontaneously almost
constantly. Maybe the Sevillanos were just on their best behavior during Semana
Santa and now their true nature is showing again!
Some of my personal experiences on my last day in Spain
weren’t that positive. My hostel room in Cadiz was on the ...
... out rooms, condos, houses or whatever space they have, like a hotel room. The condo we were renting was owned by a man named Alexandre. When we exited the train, we came out of the underground just a block from the front door. After figuring out where we were, mind you still in the rain, we made it to the condo in no time. Alexandre was there at the front door of the old Portuguese building waiting for us. We were in building 15, unit 6D. After ...
... is up the hill from Rossio Square. Before heading up, we passed by a supermarket, where we decided to buy a 5.4L bottle of water for today and the next. Tina had to carry the water up the hill. "I feel like a donkey.", she said. And I promptly spanked her butt. :) At the bar, it turned out that fado was cancelled cuz Brazil was playing against Netherlands tonight at the World Cup. We stayed anyway and watched the World Cup till half time, at which time Brazil already lost ...
... stuff and generally making a racket. We spent twice as long in there, even stopping for coffee in the cafe in the grounds, before slipping out unnoticed in the midst of a group of Germans.
In our newly inspired mood, we returned to the main square and had dinner at "Vitamina", 100% recommend, a salad and juice bar serving the most amazing dishes....and desserts....loved it. Next to us, two New Zealand girls, identifiable by ...