VIP Executive Villa Rica Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... English version is apparently out of print. After spending 30-45 minutes looking at four maps trying to figure out which bus to take, Susan recommended a taxi. Brilliant! Cost 5 Euros and why didn’t we do it yesterday??? Upon arrival we saw that several buses and funicular came to the plaza. The only way to figure out some public transportation is reverse engineering!!!
The Church of Sao Roque has the most ...
... you drive down the hill leading into the town, there are women sitting on the side of the road with signs ... no, not that type of sign ... advertising accommodation for short term rental. Much like our NZ summer migration to seaside communities in search of holiday baches and the like. The only difference is that we normally book in advance; here, you just drive up when you feel like it and, chances are, you'll find something when you turn up. Our ...
battlements, looming over Lisbon’s historic central district. After
walking around on the castle walls and admiring the fantastic view
across the expansive bay of the Rio Tejo river, I walked down the
hill to the impressive National Pantheon, in which several important
Portugese are buried. I returned through the notorious, historic
Afalma area to the city centre, past the main square and up to the St
Roque’s Church, an ...
... as their favourite son pumps up the crowd. “Ronaldo, Ronaldo” goes the chant for a good minute or so. Portugal wins 1-0 and everybody is happy. I’m thankful once again to have had the opportunity to be part of something like that.
When you are on the road, you tend to feel disconnected from the world back home. In amongst all the fun and chaos that I've been experiencing, there was one thing I did not, I could ...
... br> * 20 mins to get through the security scan.
* 40 mins lined up at Passport control (3 staff were on to attend to the massive line which spread much futher through the airport than the allocated lanes). Despite asking the staff to push us ahead as the time ticked on, we were told it is what it is and we had to wait - pretty much - tough titties.
Do the math, and it's obvious we missed our flight. Being agents at least we got on the damage control path straight ...