SANA Executive Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... in a Renault Twizzy!!! Haha....the pricing was really cheap for what it was, so we booked for 10.30am tomorrow for a 3 hour package, it's going to be so funny and so much fun!! :-)
we were so tired from our travel day, so we opted to have an early night.
tomorrow we have our Twizzy for the morning, and then the arvo to explore the rest of this amazing city.
Andrea and Gaza ...
Mosteiro dos Jerónimos
By Tuesday of our first week in Lisboa, I felt like we had already seen so much of the city that I was pretty well acquainted. I knew what the churches and cathedral looked like and (mostly) where they were located; I'd seen my fair share of azulejos of several hundred different patterns and designs; I knew a handful of distinguishing characteristics of the Manueline style of architecture that is so prominent in this city; I ...
... da Roca, we got out of the van, passed through the flower-covered hills and were greeted with quite the view. Although pictures couldn't even do it justice, we spent the next 20 minutes trying to "capture" the best picture of us on the "edge" of Europe.. They still don't amount to the real view, but it's the best we could do. After taking in the views for a little longer, we hopped back in the van to head back to Lisbon along the coast. Winding along the coast ...
... may be slightly different but they are by no means revelatory. After thinking about it more I realized that I loved traveling because it made me stronger, more resilient, and determined. At the same time it also makes me more
accepting and patient since there are a number of differences or letdowns that I have to go through. I feel like if I can say that this experience has made me stronger and more accepting then I think it would have been truly worth it. ...
... continued her yelling and I’m sure if I understood Portuguese, I’d have gained a better understanding of the vocabulary of those tough 15th and 16th century sailors who subdued and forced trade relations with such a disproportionate percentage of the world way back when. She did disengage her magazine, but not her tongue, as she disembarked at the next stop.
Sylvia talked with the older gentleman, who was shaking with the adrenalin rush ...