Sana Reno Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... in existence (from 1894, they know their stuff), and had more tapas for dinner with my room mate. It turns out he's Youtube famous. I've never met anyone Youtube famous before. Apparently he has like half a million subscribers. A pity all his stuff is in Portuguese.
Things started to head south when we got back from dinner about midnight. We'd had a few beers at one of those places where you buy beers and the food is free. That's exactly my kind of place. ...
... throughout the world, and for my own part, in my own country, today.
Meanwhile as I was a tourist.
On Saturday we spent our hours wandering about Belem, a small seaside hamlet about 20km from Lisbon. Quaint albeit a bit touristy, it is home to the incredible Monastery of St. Jerome – a wonderful monument to the Manueline style – a great combination of nautical and agriculture – full of ropes and ...
... have decided to take a guided tour in Kasadasi / Ephesus in Turkey. After our less than stellar Lisbon on our own, thought we would make sure we get a good tour to start us off in turkey. There is a free walk in Athens that we have researched so that should give us a reasonable tour there.
Formal night again – drag the old coat out and find a tie so that we do not look like the hicks from the bush. Actually, it is ...
... and benefits. This system of charity provided by the church and the elite probably worked tolerably well through the 1920s, as long as Portugal remained a rural and Roman Catholic society. But urbanization, secularism, and large-scale impersonal organizations rendered the old system inadequate.
Salazar came about with a cooperative system but was not significantly better than the system of the church and did not provide for all spaces of society ...
... magpies – representative of chattering women we were told. One very fine room had the royal coat of arms at the centre of the domed ceiling and the coats of arms of other royal families around it – lots of gold. The walls were a series of blue and white tiles depicting scenes of leisure activities of the time – hunting, dancing, music. Christina told us there is a saying in Portuguese today “Gold over blue” which comes from this ...