Hotel Principe Real
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to leave early to head back to Amsterdam. We ended up walking quite far and found ourselves in an area that Amy had discovered earlier on her afternoon run in a marina with lots of pretty sailboats just on the other side of the bridge. There were many restaurants to choose from and we collectively decided on one that had lots of choices with a nice round table outside so we could enjoy the fresh air and nice views. I was excited to eat some seafood and chose a ...
... She takes us to a lower level public toilet to show us excavated Roman Ruins (we’d never find that on our own!). She tells us about the cathedral and St. Antonio who was born next door and baptized in the cathedral. She takes us to various neighborhoods and explains that after the Christians reconquered Lisbon, many of the Moors choose to stay and there was a Christian quarter, Muslim Quarter and Jewish Quarter. In the ...
... Jac was in heaven. Plus all the open air restaurants and bars were something we hadn't really experienced to this level yet in Europe. Whilst we haven't been to San Francisco yet we did wonder if Lisbon was a little bit similar, built on steep hills, trams and a very vibrant culture. After spending the afternoon and evening exploring we needed to secure the car somewhere safe for the night as out front of the backpackers next to the bars wasn't going to ...
... never seemed to stay shut for long. This seemed to invite gnats to collect in the center of our room, with the gnats becoming a mainstay in my hostel room. I actually began to simply expect a swarm whenever I’d make it back to the hostel, providing me with a constant guest that in a very limited capacity comforted me whenever I thought about returning to an empty room. I could not seem to be alone, with there ...
... of it by the time we leave. We are not going to the Algarves but will touch on each region. An 800 mile border separates Portugal from Spain, it's only neighbouring country to the North and East; to the South and West, 500 miles of coastline meet the Atlantic Ocean. The population of this country is just over 10 million. House materials vary from thick granite walls, brick or limestone, to clay and stone. Most of them have the red clay tiled roofs. Many have the ...