Hotel Real Oeiras
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... built in a gothic architectural style.
We had some free time to our selves, and chose to eat as a whole group in a street restaurant called Restaurante Típico. We ate some good, filling food, we had a pretty funny waiter, we had street vendors disturbing our eating trying to sell us items – including one man who was trying to sell jewelry. He ended up finding out we were from NY, that Destiny speaks Spanish, ...
... take us up the hill to the Bairro Alto, where the beer lives. I say “found” because it was hiding behind a door. It looked like an entrance to step through into a church, and if I hadn’t seen a tiny sign on the outside we would have walked straight past. Waving our pink Lisbon Passes in our state of unearned privilege, we hopped on and it wound itself up the steep bank. As we filed off the carriage, KK was so delighted he stood on the bell. The driver did ...
... of the afternoon was spent just walking around Lisbon. Since it was Sunday all of the big stores were closed. But there were still some leather shops and various souvenir shops to look at as we strolled. Believe it or not George did not want to go into the beer museum. We walked back to the ship, very tiring, should have taken the shuttle. Tenpin bowling competition on the Wii no ...
... of Jeronimos, which in addition to having more tour buses in one location than any attraction I have every seen, is also a giant, limestone church built in the late 15th century. The occupants of the tour buses soon joined us in the church, and notwithstanding its size, it quickly became claustrophobic so we didn’t hang around very long. However, we stayed long enough to see the tombs of Vasco da Gama, ...
... hour which is apparently 6 PM.
It is interesting to find people some proud of their history. Since so many people speak some English (Joe and I certainly don’t Portuguese) it hasn’t been difficult to communicate. We have had more than one person tell us a historical story about Portuguese that happened 100s of years ago. The Portuguese citizens we met are certainly proud of the role their country has played in the ...