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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... gates (see photos) drinking my rose, heaven! The bus played fado music (Portuguese blues) as it went around so that was pleasant. One of the street performers here has a little dog (some sort of terrier) sitting on his shoulder who seems to bob up and down with the music, and is holding a wee cup for the money. I'm sure he gets more because of the dog Update: Mateus Rose is €5 (NZ$8) ...
... but we climbed up on one of the walls and sat for a bit to watch the sun set.
I had the other pastry in my mind since the morning so we went back to the place with the promotional pastry and a coffee for 1euro. We ate it a table in the street and watched people walk by. After the snack it was time to head home to make dinner. We are having chickpeas, green peas and pasta. I hope it will be good. We cannot afford to eat out in Portugal, or probably in any ...
... we may be stuck there facing an expensive taxi back. So we went to a good museum and enjoyed our last day in Lisbon.
We liked Lisbon, less touristy than Spain, great friendly people. English is very common here among the locals so it is an easy place to explore. Beautiful city, full of cobble stone streets, trolleys, tiled buildings, it was like being in a postcard.
Off to New York City in the morning for our last three nights on this very long journey.
... with just now to come to Portugal?"
"TAP airline and Air Italia."
"You have to file the complaint with them."
"That doesn't make any sense. They didn't lose our bags. They never even saw our bags," we protested.
"Sorry, that is how we do it, " he said and then added, "it is going to be a very long wait. They are very busy today."
Turns out we were not the only people to ...
... quake, the city turned into an inferno, as overturned cooking fires and fallen candles ignited raging fires. The fires blazed for five days, ravaging the downtown from the Bairro Alto across Rossio to the castle atop the Alfama. Of Lisbon's 270,000 citizens, up to 90,000 may have perished. This earthquake, one of the most violent in recorded history, was the first one to be studied methodically, marking the beginning of the science of seismology,"