VIP Grand Lisboa Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... train to Madrid for Tuesday, arriving Madrid about 8 am Wednesday. We had been recommended an eatery called Pinocchio by our first Lisbon pension man, and we looked in the corner of the square and did not immediately find - there are many squares anyway, plus when we finally found it - Pinóquio - we saw why it did not immediately catch our eyes! Had to wait in a queue, but worth it. Fun. Finally....in a Starbucks purely for wifi and here we go try and ...
... and had some of
the best icre cream I have ever had- in the shape of a flower! After our ice
cream we wandered back to the water and just sat enjoying the views. We sat
there and chatted for about an hour watching the sun go down. It was so
peaceful and really made me think about some important things- like what is
going to happen when I get home, and what kind of goals I have now. I think
explaining to people that this trip has changed my life is an ...
... my name. It’s the French and Americans who seem to be unable to resist calling me “Charleen” with an “sh” sound instead of the “ch” sound.
I flipped through my passport to inspect the Portuguese stamp, but the ink was so light that I could not even find it. Perfect. I’d always wanted to visit Portugal as a kid and I could not even see the stamp in my Passport! It’s ridiculous how much ...
... to go on a walking tour but a miscommunication happened so we never got to do it, so we decided to go on a long walk ourselves! It was so hot outside we both got burnt, it was amazing! We often went for a walk along the water and through the famous square, that led to the wide shopping street. Along the water almost every one was cuddling their lover and watching the waves crash in, I was a tad jealous. You can see the bridge they made to look like San ...
... and had uniqueness oozing out of it, but the fog was so low at the reasonable altitude that we literally couldn't see more than 40 metres in front of us! Dad mentioned that he could hardly see his nose in front of his face, quite rightfully I pointed out that the distance between Dad's nose and his face was quite a fair distance! The interior consisted of odd paintings, four post beds and floor and wall designs that had just ...