Sana Reno Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Lisbon
... all week looking and eventually ended up at the Botanic Gardens. We had lunch at a cafe that our guidebook pointed out was a 'popular gay hangout', which seems like a strange thing for a guidebook to need to know. We searched the entire garden and the only fruit was overhanging a cliff. We left exhausted. At the gate that we had walked in at many hours previous, there was a lemon tree. What a pair of unobservant ninnies.
End note, lemon jam is not delicious when I make it.
... think that The Portuguese puts it best when it describes the people of Portugal "they are deeply human, sensitive, loving and caring…but if they take [offense] they can be cruel" (Hatton 15). From going to restaurants and wandering aimlessly around the city asking people for directions I have seen both sides of this description to be true. A waiter at a café told us one day: “Spain says how we are brothers, but I ...
... explorer Vasco Da Dama lay rested. It was built in the 16th century as a celebration of the Portuguese Sailors achievements and is a unique building with some serious architecture. From there we headed to the seafront and watched some sailboats and seagulls against a backdrop of blue water. Thieves Market A trip to Lisbon is not complete without a visit to one of its famous ...
... back in was going to be a nightmare. It was. We were out for 30 minutes, there was not one rideable wave and the only way we could get in was to literally swim under set waves breaking right on the beach and let these waves wash us up onto the beach. It was some of the most evil shore break I have ever seen. We did finally get one fun wave in at a place called Coxos. It was a great right hand point break and when it is on it is one of the best ...
... that was being organised for 3pm. If it did occur it would have been 100m down the road from our hotel at the bottom of the Edward VII Park and Marques Pombal Square.
That’s it. This is the last of the blogs for this trip. We are off to London tomorrow to spend some time with Anne’s sister Jane and to visit with some of Bruce’s ex colleagues in the UK who are also now retired. Bruce will leave for ...