SANA Executive Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and its accompanying tsunami. The city is a model of early awareness for the need for town planning and ongoing preservation and reuse of ancient buildings.
We took the subway and walked and walked. One quickly realizes that Lisbon has very steep hills! Our first stop was the Museum of Contemporary Art. A compact space with three levels of gallery space. Most interesting because we were not familiar with Portuguese artists. Even Jim was learning as we studied ...
... not, as they never sat with us again.
The captain took the ship up the river (something they said they're not really supposed to do; all the cruising on the Torgil will be occurring during the day), and we got delightful views of the cities of Porto and Gaia - which is the side of the river where we're docked), plus where Douro goes into the Atlantic, which is rather majestic. ...
... the food when you walk in (this was told to me by our guide)...but she also sang two other songs that must have been about patriotism and love of country...And one was saucy...she kissed the air and made many motions that were like she was in love. She was dynamic.
Wish we could have got pictures but the lights were too low...you will have to wait until we come home because our guide in Sintra, Diogo gave us a CD. We will play some for you later!
Ciao,Love,Dar and Mary
... food market on half that was only open early in the day, and the other half a retro food court, complete with satellite stands of all the best restaurants in the area all sharing one huge room. We chose a place called Marlene and tried a menu item that the lady explained to us as a very traditional local dish. The francisena as they called it was a sandwich with a few different kinds of meat, cheese and more cheese all grilled and put in a dish with gravy ...
... only had one staircase to ascend! So we have ended our whirl of activities in Porto, and I have to report on three days now if I can. And I can't publish it until tomorrow when we find a Starbucks to get wifi as though there is wifi here, and we see people happily enjoying it, Apple devices seem to have a problem connecting (though Amr's iPhone did...) according to the man on reception...however, I have resigned myself to this and will at least do ...