VIP Grand Lisboa Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to explore the city. I soon reach the Main Plaza with its regal architecture and monuments… and a train station suitable for royalty…
To get up the neighborhoods at the top of the hills, you have three choices: enormous public elevators, angled trains, or, of course, by foot… I wander up to the top, through the winding streets… past magnificent neo classical government buildings that seemed to pop up in the ...
... favs- I come to find out later ( I am writing this after the fact on a fast train to Rome:)
Before dinner we open a bottle of wine Ludi brought-( she wants us to save ours) after not eating all day I feel the wine quickly and suggest we move onto dinner. We head to dinner at the old windmill that is now a very groovin little restaurant serving Mexican food- I know right? Anyway dinner is pleasant but I ...
... drinks in their cabin tomorrow afternoon – they have a cabin with a large balcony at the back of the ship.
On with the tour – still raining - and we decided to cut our losses, get off the hot smelly bus and visit a cathedral that happened to be passing us. The Portuguese are a lot less ostentatious than the Italians and their cathedrals are considerably less well appointed than their counterparts. But they ...
... is one decorated in swans, all in different poses, a magpie room (Clive thought it was a tribute to Collingwood!), and the galley room, (lots of vessels flying the flags of the master navigators of the Golden Age - the Dutch, the Portuguese and the Spanish). Some advice if you visit Sintra without a car. You need to find a way around as most of the attractions are a distance apart. We hired ourselves a guide with a van for the day, reasonably priced and she took us ...
... of the surf spots. It can be pretty intense. We didn't get a lot of surf in while Pete was here but it was fun. We drove up and down the coastline and got to see a lot of Portugal.
I dropped Pete off at the airport and then the next day Tommy came in for a week. I jokingly made a comment about how he should come out and visit me in Portugal a few weeks earlier and the next day he had his ticket. Spontaneity runs in the family. While Pete was ...