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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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It was easy for Jim and I to recognize Sao Roque. Its plain facade was almost an exact replication of the Jesuit church we tried to get into in Rome with John and Mary Ana. The church was built at the end of the 16th century. In 1742 when the Jesuits were at the height of their power the Chapel of St. John the Baptist was commissioned. Now that is a tale. The chapel was built in Rome then after it was consecrated by the pope it was dismantled and sent to Lisbon aboard three ships.
... originally from the Algarve region (southern coast), and for her study, there was no need for her to go any further than Lisbon.
We learned all about the library and how meticulously it has been maintained. We saw the chapels and met a university student, where we learned about her clothing, which was the inspiration for Harry Potter's academic dress.
We had ...
... church down the street- adjoining the Monastery dos Jeronimos.As we exited, the skies opened up with torrential rains.Luckily, as soon as it starts to rain there are hawkers selling umbrellas- 5E. The streets were raging water. We were soaked. Stopped for a coffee and then the sun came out and we dried out. Crossed the street, and then we saw the Padrao dos ...
... was already a line when we got there so we waited on the pavement for about 20 minutes before getting in the door. It was a strange little place with a huge variety of seafood available. Yes, Jamie was even keen, her likeness for seafood slowly growing. It had very basic tables and décor with busy waiters rushing everywhere. We had a little table on the side and sat and watched as everyone around us smashed crab claws, sucking out prawn brains and trying to choose from ...
Today is the start of the huge trek to the first city of my South American leg, Montevideo, Uruguay. I was very excited by had low expectations.
Basically I just hung out at the Hostel until my two new Brazilian friends arrived so we could go to the station together.
We made out way to the train station & after waiting in line for what seemed an eternity I got my ...