Hotel Olissippo Oriente
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
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... figure details grabs for immediate attention. An then there is the altar at the end of the long aisle running through the center of the chapel.
I think the picture of Chuck, Steve and Jim reacting to the ceiling is worth a thousand ...
... to get off and we realized why the tram wasn't crazy full, the end of the line was nowhere near downtown and not close to any tourist attractions, in fact it stopped at a cemetery. It wasn't a terrible issue to have as we really had no plan for the day, so we headed downhill to what we assumed would be towards the water. Around the backside of the cemetery was a road that lined the top of a valley all the way to the water. We followed it all the way down the ...
I (George) am doing the blog today for reasons which will become obvious later. It was an excellent day today. First of all the sea was not as bad as on the way down. We have travelled up the Spain and Portugal coast, a bit blowy and overcast but much better wave conditions. Today's big news is that Danuta has finally beaten me at deck quoits. There were only three us ...
... the wait staff looked lost, annoyed and confused. Checked into the hostel, which has super awesome rooms. Each bunk is in a little nook and a curtain that covers the whole side, an outlet, a little basket and a lamp! It was super awesome. I had a top bunk which was pretty high up and Brittany had a bottom bunk which was just as cool. Our hostel is right across from the Santa Justa lift with is quite literally an elevator that was and still is ...
... his spot at the front. Without his initiatives, much of it would not have happened at that time. It is a beautiful monument and from the top, accessible by lift, there is a birds eye view of the monastery.