Hotel Principe Real
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- Shuttle bus service
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... our train ride before heading to the airport so we shopped around a little until the rain started coming down. Then we headed to the market again. The place is very friendly and inviting, and even has free wifi which was a nice perk. We hung out there for a few hours, taking in the scenes and relaxing. There was one thing left to do before we headed to the airport, that was dinner. The francesinha from the first night was so good that we ...
... a Portuguese lady, who was also waiting with us at the bus stop, and she had insisted that we were at the right place. At least, that's what I think she said! My Portuguese was a bit rusty. (That's code for: I don't speak Portuguese.)
We eventually got on the bus which, stopping for pick ups every 5 minutes, took forever to get us to town. We then made our way to the tram stop where we had to get the 15E tram west to Belem. There was a digital sign that was counting down ...
... rugs (in fact the most impressive collection of Islamic art I've seen outside the British Museum) through to 18th Century French furniture taking in Egyptian, Greco-Roman and European Renaissance art this is one very good collection.
The names on show here include Rodin, Monet, Rembrandt and Gainsborough and so much care and thought has gone into the cataloging and presenting the pieces that you feel yourself wanting to spend time with every item ...
After an hour to explore Sintra on our own we returned to Lisbon via the seaside resort area of Cascais- lots of sandy beaches, big waves and fancy hotels on the Atlantic Ocean.
A longer than normal nap regenerated our bodies and we are now preparing to go out to a local restaurant for dinner and to experience a Fado show, the national music of Portugal.
Weather remains perfect and we are hoping it lasts.
... curve ourselves around the tightest roads, and park our car on a 50 plus degree angle. Crazy, crazy, crazy.
Casa do Leao is a 300 year old whitewashed house, dating from before the Lisbon earthquake in 1755. It is set into a hillside with a sheltered walled garden and wonderful views of the cities below and the sea. When we arrived we nervously parked the car on the angle outside the gate, unloaded the luggage and entered the ...