Hotel Tryp Oriente - Lisboa
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... sad, longing, and nostalgic tone. When I saw a few live performances over dinner one night, I could witness how much emotion the performers put into the show. The sweat on their brows, the way they sang wholeheartedly. I even saw one performer cry when she was done. Many fado songs have ties to the sea, a culturally significant aspect of Portugal. Portugal is a nation of the sea, as it is isolated at the tip of the Iberian peninsula, with no ...
... where we had a fabulous time tasting wines and eating cheese, ham and sausages. Imagine, the very best sausage was the one with that had its own blood in it…..and I tasted it first!!!
... no maps nor pre-reading about it can prepare you for it. You simply need to be fit. VERY fit. :)
Ah yeah, we also got our luggage this morning, thankfully. :)
Tomorrow we're off to the Belem region, so hopefully the weather continues to smile upon us.
Lisbon. Late morning or late night, depending on how you slept on the plane. I did well. Indira not so much. Taxi driver does not speak English, but is real nice. Helps us find our apartment. Lisbon streets can be confusing.
Before leaving we booked an apartment in old Lisbon for four days. Indira did some research and found a place in the perfect location. ...
... br> Lisbon after about 36 hours of travel minus our luggage but to a great
apartment in a wonderful city.
Today we set off to walk around and get our bearings. Our
apartment backs on to a pedestrian streets filled with cafes,
restaurants and shops. We bought our transport tickets and visited
various squares, the Opera house, the Chiado and the Bairro Alto areas.
These areas have beautiful ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service