Vila Gale Opera
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
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... traveled was seldom level.
Our walk began in the Alfama district, the oldest part of the city, where we disembarked the tram and climbed to St. George Fortress. The rocky Alfama district was the most defensible point in the area, hence the natural site for the fort. Legend says that Ulysses founded Lisbon on one of his voyages, but what we know with more certainty is that the ...
... 8230;We arrived at La Reserve at our appointed time (7 pm) to be greeted by a hostess who sat us on the deck which had been cordoned off by staff. We were portside, outside under the 14th deck sipping a Kir (yum) seated alone for less than a minute. Joining us a couple from New Orleans: Terry & Randi a lovely couplnner was superb is e; and Emilio & Marisol (he originally from Honduras, she originally from Costa Rica) ...
... is being done to help the current crisis in Portugal. One lecture that stood out to me was the lecture on the religious makeup of Portugal and the trends that are evolving with it. I was not surprised to hear that the majority (80%) of the Portuguese were Roman Catholic because that the religion of the founders of Portugal. I found it interesting that the current trend in religion in Portugal was that the number of Catholics was decreasing slowly each year ...
... us space whereas Nicola would just go about her daily routine. I guess both ways of hosting have their pluses and minuses!
We've had a lovely few days exploring the historic city. I love the cobble stoned maze like alleyways of the Alfama district, and all the beautiful miradouros (lookouts) up hills with stunning vistas of the city below. It reminds me a bit of Dubrovnik here with all the orange ceramic tiled roofs.
The area of Belem was ...
Then we decided to take the number 28 tram to Castelo de St. George. Trams are cute and quaint only in imagination and on the outside. In reality, it is loud, rocky, and really really slow. The interior was of wood and it constantly creaked. I was so scared it was going to
break. It didn’t help that the tram was incredibly packed most of the way there. Which reminds me, Lisbon is very much of a tourist city. I heard a lot ...