VIP Grand Lisboa Hotel & Spa
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Large park on our left as the cab moves towards hotel. Realize the Intercontinental Lisbon Hotel is directly across from the largest park in Lisbon. As cab slowly curves along driveway for hotel two hotel employees come to open car door for us and take away our luggage. We have arrived in Lisbon.
The lobby and open space in hotel is grand but seemed rather small for the grand glass wall that rises ...
... Evidently it got colder. I changed clothes accordingly.
I decided I'd walk there as it was only a mile and a half. And besides, it would be downhill; we could always take a cab home. WRONG WRONG WRONG. Yeah, the first part was downhill but the part where the bar was, wasn't. It was at the top on the other side. So I started up the hill; it was quite steep. Elliptical training at the gym is totally useless in preparing you for hill climbing. Made it to ...
... very friendly and have befriended another couple of a similar age from Canada, Doug and Judith, who have 2 daughters that are school teachers, one of them is teaching in Ireland! Doug and Judith are also lovely but Dylan thinks that seeing as Doug is some type of psychologist, he is constantly asking people questions to help analyse them!! That's a sample of the group...so far things are going ok. The seat rotation has settled since a few days ago. We just ...
... artefacts. We then had lunch in the quaint little village of Sintra, where we then sampled a Cherry Liquer served in a chocolate cup it was lovely. We travelled back to Lisbon along the coast through Cascais (pronounced Cashcash, ) it was a lovely drive. Tonight we are going out for dinner and a traditional Portuguese ...
... which ruined most of the city); the Moorish castle, however, survived. The castle was really impressive, with spectacular views and a nice archeological dig site that shows evidence of three eras of settlement on the hill--Iron Age dwellers, elite Moorish residents and Portuguese royals. We walked around the battlements for a while, climbing all of the towers and admiring the views.