VIP Grand Lisboa Hotel & Spa
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We hopped on the ``Hop on/Hop off`` Tourist bus at the Torres bull fighting ring near our hotel. It is a double decker open top bus and is a great way to see the main tourist sites in the City. When you find one that you would like to explore a little more, you hop off and explore. When you are done you hop back on another bus and continue the …
... in Sintra we actually found it better than the Pena National Palace which is where we headed next. Pena Palace is considered one of the seven wonders of Portugal which was once home to King Ferdinand II and the rest of the royal family during the summer months. The palace has a lot of influence from medieval times as well as the Islamic culture. We took a tour inside and had lunch on one for the palace terraces. While still stunning there ...
... the purchase of these toxic elements? The Public Health department of the European Commission prohibits “descriptive language” on tobacco products that could suggest that the use of these products is less harmful than others. Since 2005, this department has also generated images that function as warnings. The United States, in 2012, just began the shift from using less flowery language to using more prominent labeling. Sadly, I learned, ...
... town square, I went to investigate.Two hundred or more university students were dressed in graduation robes and throwing flour at each other. I asked why, and the reply was celebrations after completing the first year at uni. I wonder what they will get up to after completing the 4th year. Then most of them jumped in the fountain to wash off the flour.
One of the many street artists ...
... his way back to Europe after discovering the New World. Many of the others we had not heard of although they may have been brought up in our history classes a few years ago. Of interest was Henry the Navigator who was described at length in the museum of the structure. He was a very wealthy influential Portuguese noble who promoted exploration amongst other things. We do not think he actually participated in exploration activities.