Vila Gale Opera
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... cool skateboarders doing fancy tricks. We also popped into a Portuguese wine tasting room. This is the first time ever that I have seen a self-served, almost staffless wine tasting room. You borrow a wine glass and then there are wine bottles upside down in dispensers and you simply insert euros, credit/bank cards and out pops your wine. Hilarious!
We ducked under the impressive main gate and it was so damn hot, we had to stop for a Fanta and a Coke before ...
... Belem. The birthplace of the infamous custard tart. Of course, I fell victim. Visiting and not sampling, would be like travelling to Rome and not visiting the Vatican. You have to. Described as Lisbon’s best sugar fix- the famous Pasteis de Nata are a flaky, silky, creamy custard tart. Undoubtedly best eaten warm (straight from oven if you can, sprinkled with a tad of icing sugar and cinnamon). I can confidently say these babies ...
... background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255); -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px;">Sunny and bright. 22°C (72F)
We've become old hats at riding the rails in Portugal. We found the schedules on bahn.de and made our way to the station and got our tickets to Lisbon a few minutes before departure. It was a commuter to Porto and we had 45 minutes for the next Porto to Lisbon train. While we waited, Dave ran over to a grill restaurant and brought lunch back ...
... I have to wonder; does this desire for your own identity, from a state’s perspective, really dictate how you act in the international realm? That seems like a trivial way to make decisions that affect your people, but it could be a decisive factor in some ways. Spain practically barreled its way into the EU, and some say that it was so desperate to enter because Portugal was in the process of becoming a member. ...
... were sentational as were the chargrilled sardines and spinach soup. Prices are very reasonable and the locals are always friendly. We took a tram to Belem to see the Age of Discovery monument, comemorating the seafaring achievements of the Portugese and visited the Jeronimus monastery where Vasco de Gama is buried. Next day we walked a total of 17 ...