SANA Executive Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... grilled with fresh vegetables or salad or in delicious rice dishes. Average cost is between Euro 8-15. A good bottle of red is between Euro 11-15 and we have yet to have a bad meal or wine. A beautiful tuna and egg salad at lunch time will cost you about Euro 6-8. And of course the wonderful tarts, we know as Portuguese. A visit to Belem, about 30 minutes by tram from the centre of Lisbon, takes you, amongst other things to the Antiga Confeitaria de Belem, the ...
... we settled in. She baked us bread and cooked us sausage as we spent our first two hours in the city looking for a way home. The irony: the least expensive and most convenient way home is to fly back to Paris the next day.
We have 24 hours in this city. From sunset to sunset, the city was ours. We discover after 6 hours that we are in a different time zone. Elated, we don't know what to do with this extra hour we discovered that we had! We went on a ...
... the ticket inspector came around. Laura had lost her ticket. We searched every pocket of everybag, but it was no where to be found. I could see a hugefine coming our way. LUCKILY trip rule no2. Of " always keep receipts" was employed and the loverly ticket man let us go. After a tiring day, We cooked up a cheap feast and fell asleep before the game even began Xoxo ...
Today we headed off to the convention to attend the Opening Ceremony with great expectations only to have them let down badly.
The ceremony consisted of a group of about twenty dancers singing a local song and leading all of the Rotary International heavies. After a few speeches it was over. Hopefully we will do a better job next year.
... headed in to the mall at the bottom of the hill (we walked in on level 5 and out on level 1, also at street level!) to get to the tram stop. Just as we popped in, the skies opened up and it poured. We were glad we had finished our coffee and weren’t still sitting there! It lightened up a bit and by the time we got on the tram it had blown over already.
We arrived at the top of a hill for another fine view of the city. This time we were looking over red ...