SANA Rex Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... away. The restaurant could only squeeze us in at 7 p.m. I mention this point because although we were the second to arrive, the two large dining rooms never really filled completely as the evening progressed.
Now this is an experience that will be recalled many times in the years to come. I believe Jim, Steve, Chuck and Jerry will never forget the experience. The decor was dark beams across white plastered ceiling, endless herald shields ...
While not the oldest neighborhood in Lisbon, it does have the oldest buildings. All the buildings in the originally settled part of the city were destroyed in the earthquake in 1755. The area was decorated for the feast of St. Anthony, which is held every year at this time. Fatima took us through the narrow streets and gave a detailed history of the neighborhood and its various ...
... Beautiful church with even more beautiful cloisters. Funny thing about this church, the king at the time, Manuel built this with taxes from spices that they got through their explorations to the new world. He so loved all architecture that it is built in the Manueline style...baroque, gothic, renaissance... whatever is beautiful! His son, who was the one who had to finish the cathedral hated his style...so it never was completely done. And the cloisters next to it reflects ...
... so far the first thing we are asked is "are you having mama's dinner tonight?" Kate and I had heard of the infamous mama's dinners but Kate a little skeptical on the fish main said we would think about it. And we did for about 10mins then ran back down and put our names down and lucky we did because it was one of the busiest nights for dinner, nearly 50 people of the 86 people staying. We were in no way disappointed with dinner, Kate was even impressed ...
... More lovely centro storico, and another church atop a hill - Nossa Señora des Remedios - with many steps leading up for penitents to ascend. Next, lunch at a wonderful restaurant right on the Douro. Miguel knows all these people, and tells stories about them, and background. Then up the river a bit further to a lovely little town, Pinhâo which is in a curve of the river, and on a train line that runs along it. There are several dams along ...