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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Lisbon and I had read a review on the closest one to us about a drink they had. It's called a Groselha and it is a very sweet syrup over ice and then you pour sparkling water in and mix. It was very refreshing and we shared one while sitting under the statue in the middle of the square. It was a nice relaxing night and that was much needed, the morning ahead was the start of the final 36 hours of our trip. We needed the rest so we headed back and fell asleep. Miles walked: ...
... tour with 3000 other people through the Jeronimos Monastery, Once again it was an amazing structure, And very beautiful, but I am nearly over looking at Cathedrals, monasteries! Churches etc. We had a leisurely lunch and a look around the shops, arrived at our beautiful Pestana Palace Hotel. This hotel is listed as a Portuguese National Landmark and is a member of the 'Leading Hotels of the World' ...
We arrived in Lisbon at about 8am after a not so smooth trip in from Madrid. It seems that somehow the system booked four people for one bed on our night train, and the whole first leg consisted of haggling for beds and shuffling rooms. It ended with me and Lacy sharing a non ventilated room with no air flow with an adorable old Canadian lady. The prison cell sized box we slept in was not the most comfortable and we nearly fell off our ...
... the Church of Sao Domingos - quite a tragic looking interior. It has gone through an earthquake or two, and a fire in the 1950's. Although it was more or less rebuilt, you can see the damaged pillars and stones, the black soot on the walls and the charred stonework at the altar, in stark contrast to the painted orange walls. The area has a lot of African immigrants from Portugal's former African colonies and the ...
... is performed live by local artists in the winery. Speaking of Fado, Amalia Rodriques was the Queen of Fado. Bring home one of her CDs and bottles of port wine sampler, indulging oneself in the aromatic and melodic charm of Portugese is not a luxury at all. Boat tour along the river is within an hour, very refreshing after a long walk.
Pena Palace in Sintra is a colorful profusion of ...