Residencial Italia Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Family rooms
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Today is my youngest sister Elly's birthday! Happy Birthday Elly! I’d say I wish I was there to celebrate with you, but I’m in Portugal and I probably wouldn’t have actually seen you if I was in Australia!
This morning we got up and onto the train to go to Lisbon. Our train was delayed by quite a long time, so we spent a …
... he got it you'd end up with bandages yourself.
We were having a drink in one of the bars in the shopping arcade after dinner, when I noticed a number of security guards gathering at the top of the stares leading to the shops. Then more and more arrived, all uniformed and staring and pointing down at the shops below. I pointed this out to the others as it began to look a bit sinister. David mentioned that he had heard there had been a lot of theft from ...
... Moorish tradition of not making images of living things – and then there are the gorgeous Portuguese tiles – with their characters and landscapes, angels and demons. Many of these tiles don't pull punches – we saw scenes of animal orgies and lots of naked little boy cherubs. Not to mention boobs. Lots of boobs. Some ...
... power ports everywhere - in their lounge and planes. Uh, they do but they didn't work with my stuff too well and I got tired of moving around trying to find one that would. The one on the plane was totally messed up - which left me with a dead tablet when I got the Lisbon (and everything else). So - word to the wise - take an already charged travel battery. I had one, but it was packed away where I couldn't get to it.
... bring political turmoil to the country, and this cannot be resolved although decisions are still made. There is also the interest of the European Union, which has a considerable hand in the Portuguese government. The "troika" has also been an area of much disdain and discontent for the people of Portugal and the government. It is a bailout that happened to cause more harm than good to the welfare society. I thought the point of bail outs were to repair the economy ...