Vila Gale Opera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... So, now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going swimming, then I’m going to read. We have to prepare for our Captain’s Cocktail party tonight. Dinner is our SPLURGE….La Reserve, by Wine Spectator!! We shall be treated to a meal prepared for us and paired with selected wines. So looking forward to it!!
I shall report back when (and if) I’m able later….
Ciao for the moment.
... in Lisbon and of course we walked uphill. Hope our ankles last the distance. There is an ancient elevator in the city (see photo) that takes you to the upmarket part of town and four funiculars. We explore the city more on Thursday.
The Spanish and Portuguese governments run many ancient or historical buildings as hotels; our hotel in Lisbon is one of these. It was originally a 19th century ...
... to report the mugging. The process was painfully slow and made slower by the fact the victims were far too drunk to remember what had happened.
We ended up in an Irish pub to watch the football, which was absolutely indistinguishable from your average O'Neill's, even down to the staff and clientele, our stag do friends from the plane were unsurprisingly there. We said our farewells as three of us headed to the airport.
Traveling with Scott requires quick listening, and an ever-ready pencil to log his witticisms and one-liners. There are at least half a dozen others from this evening that my weary memory is failing to retrieve at the moment. Indeed, tomorrow we intend to circumnavigate the streets of Lisbon, developing a walk in this intriguing old city. One of our stops is the Monument to the Discoverers, tribute to the golden age of ...
There has been a cold virus going around the ship. Caitlin was the only Zimmer to get sick and in deference to her snotty nose and sore throat we took the bus all over Lisbon and tried to limit our walking as much as possible. Of course that wasn't always possible, especially when we tried to go to the Castelo de Sao Jorge. The castle sits on the top of a big hill and is visible from all sides. You ...