Tryp Lisboa Oriente
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... When I was old enough to enter the military, they thought me how to sail.
I am known as a tough and fearless navigator, I solidified my reputation as a reputable sailor when, in 1492, King John II of Portugal dispatched me to the south of Lisbon and then to the Algarve region of the country, to destroy French ships as ...
... is also known as the Old Town. Our first stop was the São Vicente de Fora monastery, where we admired the incredible bougainvillea garden outside, and then the simple, yet stunning interior. Then, we meandered thru the streets and found the nearby National Parthenon. This is one of the most incredible and stunning structures I have ever seen and is a must-see for anyone who goes to Lisbon. It was great to learn about the valued and important Portuguese who made ...
... Wander the streets and you will notice a cosmopolitain flare about. I have decided to base this entry on 5 things I have learnt while being in Lisbon though. I hope you enjoy the read.
Lesson 1;Just because it is placed on the table, doesn’t make it free.
In Lisbon we were introduced to the concept of entradas or 'starters' to the non-native speakers amongst us. Now I know what you are thinking. We have ...
... they distinguish themselves from the Spanish especially in terms of language. Of course, the two are different languages, but it was not socially acceptable or received well when trying to communicate in Spanish with a Portuguese. Of course, some people were sympathetic to our lack of Portuguese skills and appreciated our genuine desire to learn the language, but an encounter that I will relate soon illustrates the ...
... lunch and Sangria on the deck overlooking the villages and surf below, a nap by the pool and then sitting and watching Tony BBQ our dinner with Mikes assistance. Remember those chickens? They were delicious along with roasted veggies, fresh bread and melt in your mouth velvety new baby potatoes.
To get to dinner though, Tony had to do three cycles of charcoal, first grilling all of the veggies, then ...