VIP Executive Villa Rica Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Lisbon is situated on the Tagus River and we docked adjacent to the April 25th Bridge, so named as the date of the deposing of the dictator Salazar. A population of only 3 million and a city older than London, Rome or Paris, this was a beautiful and amazing place to visit. In one day we barely skimmed the surface of three districts, Alfama, Baixa and Belem, and would love ...
... were the bitter almond liqueur, served with a squeeze of lemon juice and the cherry liqueur, served in a chocolate shot glass that you ate with the last drops of the liquid. We were still hungry after our tastings, so we decided to try a travesseiros, a Portuguese pastry filled with eggs and almonds recommended by Madelena. It was really good, but not really lunch so we split a sandwich too. After buying a tile with a painting of the Pena Palace on it for my ...
... I fell in love with my Bacalhau. I also had the grilled octopus, as a starter. The octopus was larger than my hand. It was fresh and tasted amazing. I can NEVER hope to find such octopus in Singapore. I also love that they have the small bottles of wine at restaurants. So you never need to share a bottle, as in our case, where I wanted a white and Kelvin wanted a red. I had the Portugal verde wine - they call it green wine. It is a really young white. And of course, LOVED ...
... more mystical about the Castle of the Moors. While up here on the hillside we also climbed aboard a small tram for a tour of the massive gardens attached to the palace. My favourite spot in Sintra was the Quinta da Regaleira which is an estate close to the town itself. The estate has a palace, chapel and a huge park full of lakes, grottoes, wells, fountains and a huge network of underground tunnels. While looking out from the top of one of the many ...
... a person encountered, a meal, a moment, a back drop. Whether it’s marvelling at the famous Alhambra in Granada, or just lying in the sun with someone you love in the Olive tree garden in Porto. I think the key to every place is to really be in the moment (I am slowly getting to that point!), and if you look close enough, and take it all in, even at the more unlikely places, like the Holiday Inn at Lisbon airport, you will always find something ...