VIP Inn Berna Hotel
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... Afonso Henriques, Alfama was the area least damaged by the massive, Great Lisbon Earthquake of 1755. The worst earthquake in the history of Europe left a quarter of the population dead with a double whammy of earthquake followed by tidal wave. As we left Alfama, we wandered the orderly grid of streets commissioned in the years following the quake by the prime minister, the Marquess of ...
... Gras with Pecan and Cucumber Salad over ReislingInfused Watermelon, paired with Donnhoff Tonscheifer Trocken QBA Reisling Nahe 2013
· Culatello Gran Riserva and Smoked Ricotta in Tricorne Ravioli with Pumpkin Veloute, paired with Valdamor Barrica Albarino, 2009
· Butter Poached BrittanyBlue Lobster with Vegetable Nage and Beetroot Cress, paired with Shafer Red Shoulder Ranch C******nay, 2010
· Seared Kobe Beef ...
When I first landed in Lisbon I could barely contain my excitement. When I took a cab from the airport to our Lisbon Calling Hostel, what I saw when I looked out my window was not what I was expecting. My first impression of Europe came from movies and websites that showed picturesque castles, antique architecture, and colorful buildings piled high on hills overlooking oceans. Looking out of my window in Lisbon ...
... as goals were scored!
We've had picnic lunches 2 days in a row, consisting of the local specialty of conserved fish products (delicious tuna, sardines, mackerel etc in divine olive oil) dunked up with fresh bread rolls. Cheap, fresh, local, and kind of good for you! Perfect for our budget and enjoyable!
This morning after a slow start we had our usual coffee and Portugese tart for bfast at what has become our regular, then walked up to the ...
... French, and Spanish than in any of the cities that I had visited. The industry itself seemed to be catered towards tourists as well. Anyways we finally reached the Castelo after much more wandering and the help from an American family.
The castle was worth it though. It was more of a fortress than a castle. The yard leading to it and the ginormous trees were magnestic with once again a great view of the Atlantic ocean. We learned ...