Sao Pedro Lisbon Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... cooked. Such shmeal (**** meal for those who appreciate joint words).
Day 3 (5/11/14)
Trip to sintra see next entry
Day 4 (6/11/14)
We had another amazing break this morning (scrambled eggs, sausages, toast and cereal), think I ate a wee bit too much as I was still full by 12. We headed out west today to check out another part of the city and maybe even have a look at the surf. Thats not quite how it panned out though. It was ...
... English version is apparently out of print. After spending 30-45 minutes looking at four maps trying to figure out which bus to take, Susan recommended a taxi. Brilliant! Cost 5 Euros and why didn’t we do it yesterday??? Upon arrival we saw that several buses and funicular came to the plaza. The only way to figure out some public transportation is reverse engineering!!!
The Church of Sao Roque has the most ...
... restaurant with the four children fast asleep at the table. Not very becoming but you can't fight nature's urges. It was just as well that we were the only ones at the restaurant and had occupied all (!!) the tables.
Today, we plan to hop on a hop-on-hop-off bus and see more of Lisbon. There's a tram that passes outside our window (.. not very appreciated from about 6am in the morning) so we might hop on to that for a ride around town as well. The McMillans are ...
... the center), wrote an epic poem about Vasco da Gama's voyage. Beautiful carved limestone in the church and the cloisters. We ate lunch at Casa Pasteis de Belem, which is known for inventing the custard tart that's popular in Portugal - pastel de nata, or pastel de Belem here at the founding cafe. Yummy! Back downtown, we jumped on the ferry across the river for a cheap, quick ride on the water and for offshore views of ...
... I visited one of the well-known wineries called Taylor's. Scion, the very old port is 100 euros per cup. Luckily, it's the best time to visit since vintage 2011 is bottled this year and it's claimed to be the vintage of the century; very fruity, indeed.It's memorable to have company sharing the fine drinks. Graham's, Barros, Offley, to name a few, all are favorite stops for wine lovers; if the timing is ...