Sana Reno Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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We went in search of the Museu Calouste Gulkenkain which was across the lawn from the contemporary. The gardens twisted and opened to lagoons, ponds and additional buildings. The museum turned out to be a surprising delight. A rich Armenian gave his home estate and 10% of collection to city of Lisbon. That is a collection of over 6,000 artifacts.
Calling the collection eclectic is putting the variety of art collected by Gulkenkain into ...
We decided to just find a family place in the Alfama district. They are in the middle of the celebration of the feast of St. Anthony which is ongoing at this time. Fatima said that all the family places were good. Chris said that I had a good 'sniffer' for this kind of thing. I am not sure if that was a complement...
We ordered wine. They had large and small. I thought that meant the glass; it was the ...
Wow, another great day...our heads are swimming...can't remember what we saw because each one was better than the prior one!
We started in our bus. Our sites today are pretty spread out so the bus was probably the best option!
We went up the Avenue of Liberty to the Edward VII park. Right in the middle of the city. The design for the street was based on the street in Paris, Champs-Elysees. It has beautiful trees, buildings and a monument with a statue ...
... the top. It was awesome and Brittany and I devoured it. It came with these great kettle chips and I grabbed a local Super Bock blonde lager that was an awesome addition. It was still raining when we were done eating so we decided to stick close and go for a short walk. There are a ton of shops in the Chiaso area and we checked a few out, even stopping by a mall with some cool stores. Brittany picked up a few small things for her mom and we continued down ...
Yesterday, we did a day trip to Sintra which is about 35 mins away from Lisbon towards the Atlantic Ocean. Sintra is a very pretty old town, centuries in age, in the hillsides of a national park. Short drives from Sintra are numerous summer palaces with beautiful established gardens, convents and castles raised proudly above the lush greenery. It's impossible to see everything Sintra offers in the one day; such as a Moorish castle, Palace of ...