Sana Reno Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... off lands where the Portuguese were exploring during this time period. The tomb of Vasco de Gama, one of the big wigs of Portuguese exploration (and who one of the main bridges over the Tejo River is named) is here. Next we entered the incredibly beautiful cloisters. The architecture here is simply stunning -- the lacy stone work invokes the Alhambra in Granada (which we'll see later), but the style is very different from that Moorish influence. We had a great ...
... sells GingGinga shots. GingGinga (not actually spelt that way) is a type of fruit that grows locally and when its left inside the bottle it ferments and tastes resoundingly like port! I loved it ha ha. The shots come in a chocolate shot glass per say and you do two shots then eat your glass.
Dinner was at a Spanish restaurant and we get to know a few more people in the group but more importantly we sit right near Didier and we get to know him too. The Dinner was ...
... of course was given to the Marquis de Pombal. Post-earthquake began the Pombaline style of architecture, which was heavily Baroque and featured lots of symmetry and uniformity in the apartment buildings. One very smart innovation invented by the Portuguese city architects in this period was having a storefront or restaurant in the ground floor of apartment buildings. They also built the first seismic resistant buildings in history in ...
... ride was a lot shorter than we had expected.
We did some general sight-seeing before heading back to the Metro and a bus to get a main attraction of St Georges castle (Castelo de Sao Jorge). Believe me the rides at Dream-World come nowhere near the ‘thrills’ you get on a bus ride up and down the crowded narrow streets around the castle.
We saved money however by not going in the ...
... with its over the top carvings of sea life in the Monastery of St. Jerome. Belem is where the ships set sail on their voyages and is represented by a very old tower and a new monument with Henry the Navigator looking out to the ocean.
Day 3 was out day out to Sintra. It is a beautiful small town with a couple of Royal Summer palaces and a Moorish Castle. Definitely foggy so we are asking Bob and Tina to show us pictures of the view when they go. It was ...