SANA Executive Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... style and the most delicious ice cream. mmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
Day 5 7/11/2014
Leaving day, we were very said to be leaving home hostel it was such a friendly cool place. If you are ever going to lisbon then look it up (in advance because it is super busy). We had a little bit of a downer on leaving, I forgot to lock my luggage draw and someone swipped some cash from my bag, *******s!!!!!
Next stop madrid for the night.
... is in safe custody but one must question using vast amounts of gold in the practice of any religion. Really, we have never seen so much GOLD!!!
We took three trips on the funicular which is a very steep cable car and wandered about in newer Lisbon, then walked back to Chafarez Hotel for Brunch at 3 PM. It was amazing: Fresh OJ or strawberry juice, Scrambled eggs with asparagus, ham, meats, mixed fresh fruits, salmon ...
... Dubai and Lisbon places as 10 out of 10! I think I need some harder critics!
We had a reasonably early start with walking the streets at 8.30am looking for a place to eat. We found a lovely cosy cafe with the Chows and Fongs being the only customers, and a waitress that did not speak any English! We got what we wanted with lots of sign language and the coffee was to die for! The children and adults were happy and ...
Slept straight through the night so all is well! Spent 2+ hours having a leisurely breakfast and catching up with Ron & Marlene, since it has been a couple of years since we have seen them. Checked out of the Marriott and headed over to the Four Seasons Ritz which will be our home for the next three nights. We like the hotels Vantage selects! The lobby display of flowers (a ...
... Luis de Camoes. It was a warm, sunny day here (mid-20's). We took a stroll through our area, getting acquainted with the layout of the city. The old city center is in a valley flanked by two hills on the banks of Rio Tejo. It has three neighborhoods along the harborfront - the Baixa (lower town), the Bairro Alto (high town), and the Alfama (hilly neighborhood). The Baixa (lower town) stretches along ...