Vip Executive Saldanha Hotel
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... meal at a fish family restaurant - still buzzing when we arrived at nearly 9.30 pm. Yesterday, Saturday, we got us relaxedly. The kitchen workmen were not working as some tiles could not be delivered, no one needed to stay at the house. We said that they needed some time for themselves, and also Melissa had a haircut ting appointment, so the 3 of them left for a while to do that and other errands....But, before long they came back and we all went ...
... and it only costed 5 euro. We waited in line to see
the monastery first because Cecilia- our teacher- said it was an absolute must
see. We roasted in the line but my 2 euro fan came into good use. The monastery
was absolutely beautiful, made of pure marble the archways and fountains were
spectacular we loved it. Before walking towards the Padrao Dos Descobrimentos
(statue of the explorers on the sea) we walked through a little market of hand
made goods ...
... they convinced me to stay for some Latin dancing. It was relatively early (11 PM), so I sat at a table inside the tiny bar and passed the time with my mojito and a guidebook. I ended up chatting with the bartender, who was Cuban. He then introduced me to another group of girls who happened to be teachers from Spain. One of them named Maria Angeles actually studied in Cordoba with a Wellesley Woman, after I told her that I went to school at ...
... was nice. Beer glasses were tiny and had to make a special request for a large glass. Finished up having a few drinks watching the soccer, Barcelona v Madrid. Unfortunately there was also a Portugal League semi final and the TV ES changed to this. Our guide Hose was really peeved so he left to find somewhere he could watch his Barcelona ...
... called Restaurante Prima Pasta. The food there tasted like genuine Italian food, as I helped my self to a huge pasta followed by panna cotta for dessert. Both these meals were incredibly nice and incredibly filling. We all liked it there so much, that Dad decided to reserve a table for tomorrow night at the same restaurant, simply because it's convenient and the food tastes great. I hope to see you all again tomorrow, as I will be enjoying a whole day in Lisbon. See you then, goodbye for ...