SANA Rex Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Hi all the bodies
We're thinking of you all in Auckland, what with news of horrible weather, broken power lines, flooding, power cuts, etc. Hopefully, you're all safe and well.
Meanwhile, across...on the other side of the world, we've been blessed with great weather and amazing memories.
We took our first tour of the trip; a - what turned out to be - personalised tour where we (Fongs, Chows) were the only passengers on the ...
... Monument to the Discoveries. This is a stone monument sits on the river bank and is decorated with the figures of legendary Portuguese writers, mathematicians, artists and explorers of the 15th and 16th centuries – such as Vasco de Gama and Ferdinand Magellan.
Our main activity for the day was a walking tour of the Alfama and Baixa areas of the city, followed by a funicular ride.
The Alfama is Lisbon's ...
... we visit a site- good planning.
Tomorrow's tour takes us to the historic town of Sintra and a famous palace. We also will be visiting the western most part of Europe. Our afternoon will be free to wander more of Lisbon and we are attending a dinner and Fado ( famous Portuguese music) show in the evening.
P.S. Today we celebrate our 51st anniversary!!
... no decoration is repeated, unless as part of a purposefully off-kilter pattern that seems to have little rhyme or reason. We spent a long time standing around in the cloister picking out our favorites of the hundreds of images carved into the stone. It turns out the monastery is free on the first Sunday of each month, something we hadn't known in advance, but were very happy since it saved us 14 Euros. As an ...
... churches - built in the 16th century. It's elaborately painted ceiling is perfectly flat but painted to look domed. Notice we're back to fancy churches with gold and paintings. We also wandered by the National Guard headquarters with the decked out guards on duty, and Convento do Carmo, a convent destroyed in the 1755 earthquake that leveled two-thirds of Lisbon but with left its Gothic arches still ...