Residencial Italia Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Family rooms
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... Whittle and the invention of the jet engine, which was quite interesting. In the evening we had a meal at the second paid-for restaurant, Sindhu, an Indian Restaurant with a menu by Atul Kutcher, and it was wonderful. The food excellent and service friendly and smiley.
The daily "newspaper" Horizon (if you can call one sheet of folded A3 paper a newspaper) left in our room last night said the clocks would go back one hour "tonight", so Min duly put her watch ...
... fortifications in various shades of repair along the coast. Lunch is at Johns recommended restaurant - Don Marolo - Fresh grilled sardines and salad washed down by Mateus Rose. After lunch we drive past the most western point of Europe en route to Sintra. Sintra has a 14th C stone castle built high on a peak above the town. In town there is a mosque built by the Moors. Taken over by the Portuguese it became a royal resort town for the king and ...
... to be Europe’s longest, across the Tagus estuary. The city looks very interesting
as it sprawls up and down the hills along the bay. The bus station is alongside
Lisbon’s Gare do Oriente train station some distance northeast of the center of
town but near the waterfront and the massive modern development built for the
1998 Lisbon World’s Fair. The train station, designed by architect Santiago
Calatrava, was part of that larger development. ...
... Lisbon and I had read a review on the closest one to us about a drink they had. It's called a Groselha and it is a very sweet syrup over ice and then you pour sparkling water in and mix. It was very refreshing and we shared one while sitting under the statue in the middle of the square. It was a nice relaxing night and that was much needed, the morning ahead was the start of the final 36 hours of our trip. We needed the rest so we headed back and fell asleep. Miles walked: ...
... a gentleman went outside for a cigarette and we yelled at him and tried to explain that we were locked out. he didn't seem to understand at first.I don't think he could speak English, but he eventually came back with a custodian who unlocked our doors after about 1/2 hour.I needed another drink after that! Off to the shopping mart to get some groceries.Dinner in ...