Sao Pedro Lisbon Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... could only mean we'd adjusted our time a day too early. Checking the Horizon sheet it said that the ship's clock would be put back one hour "tonight". As the newspaper was left in our room on Monday night I thought it meant tonight, but in fact it is Tuesday's newspaper delivered a day early, and it actually said the clocks go back "tomorrow 2 am Wednesday 14 October".
I thought Lance was going to be really cross, and when he found us he was. But he hid it well. Sort ...
... side of Parque Eduardo VII from the Intercontinental. So we meandered are way home. It was after 10 p.m. but the sky still provided some light. As we turned onto the Intercontinental side of the part Chuck and Steve found the carpet of blue flowers from the jacarandas awesome. We forgot that in all their years of visiting Chuck and Steve have never been in San Diego during May and June. This is a sight we see every year back ...
... instruments, they have a base that is more round then the normal guitar.
Our tour guide took us on a scenic walk to our Fado restaurant and we saw more sights of Lisbon from tall points...we saw where the revolution of April 25, 1974 started and ended. The country was ruled by a dictator, Salazar then and the military ranks were they groups that split. Luckily it was very peaceful...at least no bullets were fired and the Portuguese call this the Carnation War.
The restaurant ...
... Alex crammed us into an elevator the size of a broom closet and sent us up, taking the stairs himself because there was no room for him. Scared shitless and unable to move, I had to hold the door of the elevator closed in order for the electric current to continue and the elevator to move. It would have been more fun taking the stairs. We got into the condo and Alex showed us around. It was a very cool unit, with a beautiful view of the Tejan River that ...
... to a recommended restaurant, we called the" 2 sisters. "(reminisent of our favourite restaurant in Italy called The Three Sisters. Luckily, Wendy had the Portuguese phrase book as we tried to translate the menu. We had lamb chops, sea bream and grilled swordfish- all great. total bill for all of us with 2 bottles of wine and dessert was 44E. Another great night with the ...