VIP Executive Villa Rica Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... motorcycles, and the corresponding price of the road toll. There was no booth. This happened several times over a few miles with the prices changing each time. Discussion ensured, confusion reigned and we presumed that it would be sorted once we exited the highway. As we wanted the more scenic coast road, took an exit to the Villa de Real San Antonio. There was no exit toll booth pay here place, shrugged our shoulders and thought no more of it. Much of the south coast ...
... in 1506 from gold that was brought to Lisbon by Vasco da Gama. It is covered in diamonds, rubies, sapphires, and emeralds. It is one of 3 or 4 we saw of equal value. By the time we finish Allen can hardly move and I feel like a nag trying to get him to take it easy. Still after a nap he wants to go out for dinner so we go just a few doors down for grilled Dorado. Tomorrow we leave Lisbon for Navarre. Hopefully we can slow down and give his back a change to ...
... restaurant with Fado playing out front and then proceeded to get the worse service at a restaurant our whole trip. It really was a **** day and hoped tomorrow would be better. We really loved Lisbon and would have loved a bit more time to explore all the cobbled lane ways, shops, bars, restaurants but we had to move on. Would highly recommend anyone to visit as it has loads to offer everyone from families to young couples and no doubt a pretty happening single ...
... something that will never happen in countries like Spain for example. One thing one might also say about the Portuguese is that they are very melodramatic as well; one clear example of this is Fado: Portuguese national music style, which represents their nationality, their strong feelings towards their country, their people and their nationalism.
The Portuguese are very famous for their apathy towards many things. They are not very fond of change, so whenever ...
... we wanted to see the tile museum. Lisbon, all of Portugal actually, has some amazing tile work around on the walls and even the streets. It’s really quite detailed in someareas. The walk took us into industrial areas and you can really see the effect of the 2008 GFC on Lisbon. Closed shops and factories everywhere. There is supposedly a high rate of theft and pickpockets but I’ve not seen or experienced any of it so far. The museum was quite impressive ...