Hotel Olissippo Oriente
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... destination" and discovered that we would be sharing the restaurant with a group of about 30 teenagers accompanied by 2-3 brave chaperones this evening! Being that we are all teachers, we were a bit concerned at first; however, the teenagers were extremely well behaved and there was good energy in the restaurant as a result. We enjoyed an excellent meal consisting of freshly caught seafood, well prepared meats, a variety of vegetables on the side, a few bottles of ...
Monday is a challenge. We awaken to rain – serious rain! It is after all mid-November – the rainiest month in Lisbon. No cruise ships. Now we have 5 naval vessels out our window. Later we even see a submarine! Museums are closed on Mondays but we only have 3 days so we dress for the weather and head out! Our first stop is the Castle of Sao Jorge. Built by the Moors in the 10th century, it was taken by ...
After been a little ****** off about the car we headed across to Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. We both knew nothing about Lisbon so turned up with no pre-conceived thoughts. What a gem of a city it is, funky, modern and good fun. The plan was to settle in on Sunday afternoon, park the car somewhere secure then enjoy everything Lisbon had to offer us for a few days. We'd get the window fixed on Monday morning then head down the coast. As good as this ...
... my personal space, however, it has entered the danger zone. It is an unfortunate fact, but I compare it, possibly with some hyperbole occupying my mind, to having any animal wander into my home or my room. If a hippo or a tiger were to stumble into my room, it would also need to go. While I would try my best not to drop kick the hippo to get it to leave, desperate times require desperate actions. I mention all of this, ...
... vegan friendly restaurant, called the Green Room. The food was amazing. The guy who runs it is Irish, and we ended up seeing some of his relatives there for a Hen do. Then we sat along the Tagus river, where I was super classy and drank wine from a water bottle! The wine was quite delicious, red with a hint of cherry. After more wandering, we collected our bags, and then headed to the airport for home.