Tryp Lisboa Oriente
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
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Portugal was the final trip on my 8 month stint abroad. It wasn't a long term plan, but rather hatched from a random conversation in Paris. Neither Lauren nor I had ever been- but had heard phenomenal things from those who had. It was also the least planned of my trips. No real itinerary but rather just 2 events and an idea of what cities we wanted to be in on each day.
And, for all that, it was perfect. I had a feeling before ...
I took the bus from Porto Covo to Lisbon on Wednesday and basically just crashed when I got to my hotel. On Thursday I set out in the morning to explore after a quick google to identify the main sites. I started out by getting a bus into town then walked the rest of the way to Belem, a district that’s highly recommended. I visited Casa Pasteis De Belem to try out the famous custard tarts but didn’t come away ...
... One hour after landing in São Miguel the plane was on route to Lisboa and we arrived around noon. When we arrived in Lisboa I was so glad that I had an EU passport because the line for EU citizens was about 20 minutes compared to the non EU line which had to be at least 2 hours long. I was lucky that I could bring Ellie into the line with me because we were traveling together and it was such a smooth process. After that we found our way to ...
... at some point, getting some sort of rep-remand for sitting in the "wrong seat". Its become such a trend that I have come to expect some sort of hassle one way or the other. This trip was no different. We got up late and had like an hour window to catch one of three trains to Porto. When we got to the train station we had no time to get the "lay of the land" sort of speak, because the minute we ...
... with a sign in hand "Mr. Tom" we were ready on our Lisbon – Sintra tour in his brand new Mercedes van with all the creature comforts including a hot-spot wi-fi capability. Who could ask for anything more. He even had water bottles for us that came out of his refrigerated console – what a deal!
We headed directly to the town of Sintra (15th century) about 35 miles outside of Lisbon. The main interest here was to see the Palace of Pena ...