VIP Executive Arts Hotel
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... beautiful. And olive trees are also scattered around here, sometimes acting as fence lines round the vineyards. So first on Friday we were taken to a town, Amarante. Lovely old part of the town, with church, river, monastery, AND a pastry shop that Miguel was keen for us to sample. We have done so much eating! But this was delicious, and very sweet, but not creamy rich...! We then drove to another town, via scenic route - Lamego, on one of the ...
... was closed to instead we
just continued to walk around. We made our way back to our apartment around
9:30 and at this point there was a full blown party happening in the streets.
Aparently it was a celebration on San Anton that happens once a year in Brazil
and Portugal, and we were here for this celebration, and it was happening
outside our window. There was about a 3 block radius that was a complete party
and I felt like all of Lisbon was on our street. We ...
... by a rocks and muddy water. After an exhausting day, it was time for a late lunch at another middle-eastern restaurant. I enjoyed a lamb kebob at a table I shared with 3 other young Portuguese men. Again, it was strange for me to eat so close to them, but it's normal to share such close quarters with people here. It wasn't even the tourist season and I felt as if I had to fight for a space!
Before heading back to the City, I realized that I still ...
Took a day tour of Sintra which is a town about 40 km from Lisbon. There were 8 in our group. First stop was the royal summer castle. Apparently it was one of th model castles for Disney. Great location atop a steep mountain. Rooms were smaller than to palaces but was beatuifully furnished. We then went to the recommended restaurant for lunch and has nice clams, puppies, with barbq fish which was delicious. Not ...
... checking out and getting in the car for a relatively short drive to Lisbon. We did experience a few initial problems with our GPS, but seeing as that we were only 40 kilometres from our hotel, we decided not to worry about listening to it's guidance..
We arrived in Lisbon approximately an hour later, and after a smooth check in at the Madelina Hermitage Apartments, we proceeded into the town looking for things to do. Our hotel got a rating of 9.7 on booking.com, so we ...