Sana Reno Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... cheese, breads, sweet rolls and a pot of Orange Pekoe from Azores, and cupcakes. Oh and cake which we took home for desert later (Four cupcakes). (Same place we had lunch two days ago.) Got home at 5 PM. We have to pack! Heading to Porto tomorrow if our rental car shows up. Joe walked to the neighborhood store for a bottle of wine (for Susan), and fresh peaches for breakfast. The best part of Lisbon has been wandering the alleys of ...
... set out for the day - it helped that today was a beautiful sunny and hot day.
We got a pass for the Hop on Hop off bus that was valid for 48 hours and it was a real treat to sit in the top deck and absorb the look and feel of the place - we covered only the red line and that was very educational and worthwhile!
Then we paid a visit to the Hard Rock Cafe and then the trams - made famous by the song - "Funiculý, ...
... of orchids) is something to behold, and the staff really goes out of the way to accommodate you.
Because of the great weather we took an afternoon walk (downhill) to the center of town and the river-Lots of ornately designed cobble stone streets, some decorated like ocean waves which make some people seasick if they gaze at them too long. Sunday is taken seriously ...
Perhaps Portugal's most noteworthy artistic contribution to Europe is its distinct style of late-Gothic architecture known as the Manueline style, named after Portugal's King Manuel I. The extravagant, extremely decorative, almost playful style incorporates a lot of nautical elements, since it developed during Portugal's 16th-century golden age of exploration. It was used extensively in churches, monasteries, ...
... of education growing up differs among us all. Who didn't hear about Vasco de Gama by 3rd grade. Surely it isn't just south Texas that taught about V de G!
Oh, well. We then made it "across the street" to the river and the Discoveries Monument. I've always wanted to see this one live and it is quite impressive. Its sheer size is pretty breathtaking.