SANA Executive Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... stick out from the green of the trees. There were even Sequoia’s that came from Oregon. We walked back down the hill from the palace through the gardens which are quiet beautiful – many fountains and ferns and large boulder that seem to have been dropped randomly in place.
Back to town for some lunch, then walked over to the Quinta da Regaleira in the pouring rain. Have you ever tried to share an umbrella with Brad? It’s not ...
... We did it last night, but took a pass tonight. Neither of us are big fans of raw fish…..
Plate du jour: A toss up between the shrimp risotto at lunch and the garlic shrimp at dinner.
Beverage du jour: Lovely bottle of Portuguese Syrah with dinner
Factoid du jour: On the morning of All Saints Day 1775, an underwater earthquake off the Portuguese coast level two-thirds of Lisbon.
... in 1904 for the Marquis of Valle Flor and his three daughters. Walking around the place is like being on a tour. There are family portraits, ceiling paintings, a chapel, two fabulous dining rooms, a guy playing piano, sweeping staircases, all set in magnificent gardens. We had dinner here with the group but we don't think we are well dressed enough and thought we should borrow an iron.
... my way to the Coach museum. This was really interesting! Seeing all the different coaches that rich people rode in, including what Queen Elizabeth II rode when she came to Lisbon, and marveling at the different levels of ornateness that existed back then. Aside from having no rights as a woman, it would be fun to travel back in time to wear the fancy dresses, and ride in a horse-drawn carriage! Oh to be royalty!
In the evening, we headed over to the Chiado/Baixa ...
... here and there, the vibrancy of the street life. We read later and reminded ourselves ... Portugal was under a dictatorship until 1974 (Salazar for most of that time) and, since they lost Brazil in1824, in economic trouble.
Finishing this big, increasingly chilly, drive around and look, we went to the Paco and sat in a plaza-side establishment reflecting on what we'd seen and soaking in the last of the day's sun.
An operatic singer held court under the ...