Hotel Real Oeiras
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... curry with rice and veggies…soooo good! Everyone really enjoyed their food and our waiter/waitress were both very friendly and accommodating. Today was Michelle’s actual birthday so she ordered a piece of chocolate cake and we sang happy birthday to her again (of course)! After a very satisfying experience overall, it was time to head back and we again discussed the idea of going to listen to some traditional Fado music at one of the bars close to ...
... all got along fine. Later it was different and the Jews especially were a target of the Inquisition. Now there is a plaque to the Jews who died and a formal apology was issued. We learn about the Earthquake and how the Baxia Neighborhood was built after. We stop for a coffee and pastry to get out of the rain which never lets up and visit the old Muslim quarter which is now the Chinese Quarter. She is very positive, informative and good ...
... We drove to an underground car park entrance and parked next to the roller door waiting for it to open. A neon sign lit up informing us to move forward like you see on automatic car washes. We were confused but followed the directions that then told us to get out of the car whilst removing all living things? We confirmed that all livings things had been removed and another roller door opened and off went the car on a converbelt to be parked ...
... being at least 1 or 2 gnats prepared to greet me. At first I was mildly annoyed, though not excessively so, by their presence. I had expected to have a greater number of bugs in my personal space when I arrived in Europe so I cannot claim to have been surprised or disgusted by the perpetual visits by my creepy crawly friends. I actually began to think that it was uniquely European to learn to appreciate the presence ...
... of ‘Fado’. We passed by a number of Mirradourra, lookout/viewpoints over the city that are amazing to stop and have a beer at and gaze at the sun over the city. Something that you can do anywhere in Portugal. You can buy a beer from a corner store, and drink it anywhere without issue. In Australia this would be abused, but here it’s part of the way of life it seems.
On to the Castelo St Jorge. What a site! A remarkable 500+ year old castle on the ...