SANA Executive Hotel
Travel Blogs from Lisbon
... learn about where they were from. As I arrived in Lisbon, I was greeted by Rotarians that served as volunteer ambassadors for the conference. It was a uwarm welcome. I boarded a bus to my hotel as soon I arrived. I met up win a co-worker Joy Jones. We had diner at a local restaurant and walked around the ...
... opted for the port the rest had the gingha which is a liquor made from cherries that is really good! had shots of it yesterday out of chocolate cups. The port here is a much different taste than the port at home, doesn't have the whiskey flavor at all and, as it turns out, there's no whiskey component to the port wine at all, so I've been led astray in that knowledge and now I can't wait to go to Porto and learn all about port wine. The green wine ...
... tire. The workshop is so small that it can handle only the storage of tools and parts, there is no space to park a car. I did not see how they do an engine replacement, but I can just imagine.
The landscape was not quite as hilly as the North, or even the Lisbon area, and for the first time we saw some agriculture, and the occasional cow. There were lot of cork trees. 50% of the worlds cork is produced in Portugal, and now there should at least be two reasons why you ...
After the tour the next step was to check out the market and try some Portuguese food. The market was nothing to write home about, but they did have some great collector’s items. Some of the ...
... the brackish junction of the Tagus and Atlantic, the sunny town of Cascais is as tacky as every cheap beach town should be, but a nice place for a palm-lined stroll.
When I returned to my room in Lisbon, something was amiss. I realized that the underwear I’d hung on a clothesline outside of my third-story window had fallen victim to the cool ocean breeze and landed in the greasy alley. I looked down upon not a soiled pair of ...
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