NH Campo Grande
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... and asked how to rectify the situation. Nobody really knew as the system is quite complicated and there are different rules for foreign registered vehicles and Portuguese vehicles. Along the road there are cameras that photograph your vehicle and numberplate, as you pass by a camera it registers that vehicle X owes X Euros for travelling on that part of the road. We think that as a foreigner you are supposed to purchase a pre paid ticket or leave your credit ...
... sprightly Israeli. After me, Elena and Emma went to have dinner (I had Bacalhau no Carvão à Saloio, which is fried dried and salted cod with garlic olive oil and grilled potatoes), we went back to the common room where Dani and I soon confessed that we both played guitar, and wasted no time in picking up the two classical guitars that were resting against a wall in a corner of the room. Long story short, 2 guitars, one bongo, one beautiful ...
... over-ground and metro systems, both of which use practically, identical green tickets just to confuse us foreigners. Lisbon is one of the oldest cities in the world, and the oldest in Western Europe, predating London, Paris and Rome by hundreds of years and we used the hop on, hop off, buses and the fantastic 1940’s trams, with local kids clinging on by their fingertips to find our way around. The tram took us as far as it could, and then we walked a ...
... going back after the sun had set and once home it was around 9pm. We took a nap again till midnight. I did not want to go out at all but Lauren convinced me that I would regret it and that things didn’t get good anyway until around midnight. We headed towards Barrio Alto. The nightlife in Madrid is really different. First of all I think drinking in the streets is legal because the bars were absolutely tiny and people mostly just ...
... city of hills, you can imagine it now, hills and cobblestones. It was an informative way to see the district and meet other travellers, no navigation of maps required to find our way through the maze of lane ways.
Our ears for the Portuguese language hadn't been completely off. My thoughts that the language sounded Russian or Eastern European, despite many similarities to Spanish were confirmed by the guide. Due to ...