SANA Rex Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and gardens which was more of an estate than a palace, but never the less it was a very cool place to visit. The gardens were amazing to walk around and if we'd had more time you could easily and a great time getting lost in them. Brook & I plus Kate (from our intrepid group) had a food and wine walking tour booked for later in the afternoon back in Lisbon but unfortunately it took us longer to get back to the train station from the ...
... wanted to give us tips on how to order fish in a Portuguese restaurant. Along with the bikes he gave us a pump,a backpack, and even a rag to use to clean our fingers if we had to do any chain repairs. We rode over the bridge to Gaia and along the waterfront there, past all the ancient port wine warehouses and on the river the boats they used to transport the wine barrels on - it was really beautiful. We kept on to the mouth of the river and then on around the corner to the ...
... for such a long period of time, and the masses were not allowed to learn and modernize with the rest of the world. You can't blame them for the content lifestyle that they live.
Salazar created this mold and the people are stuck in place until a new generation rises and breaks free of the dictator lifestyle. Women still wear full-coverage attire, which includes jeans, cardigans, tights, etc… although it is like sweltering hot outside here. I must admit the ...
... looking for the funicular trams (3 of them which take you up and down the steepest parts of the city), of course when we found one, we were at the top so took it downhill which probably defeated the purpose. Found ourselves at the Hard Rock Cafe so popped in for beer, potato skins and wifi. Then onwards and upwards - literally to the Castelo de Sao Jorge, another fort like castle similar to the one in Malaga but more impressive. This was ...