Vivamarinha Hotel & Suites
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... the traditional day off for museums. That meant Jerónimo's Monastery (now a museum) would also be closed.
We hopped back on bus 728 and went to Belém anyway. At least we could see the magnificent historic buildings from the outside. Again the bus driver was extremely helpful telling us when to get out and which way to walk.
We got out just past Jerónimos Monastery and walked to the waterfront where we ...
... tomb in the church part - I wonder what he would have thought if he had known that his body would be buried where he died in the church in Kochi in India in 1524, only to be dug up and transported back to Portugal 15 years later and buried in Vidigueira, only to be dug up again 41 years later and transferred to the nave of the monastery where literally millions of people take photos of him nearly 400 years after he died! Mucho respecto!
... helpful. Cobbled ****: As our GPS showed us nearing to the property to entered a narrow and windy cobbled street which can barely fit a car and a person standing next to the car. It was a unique challenge and a nice experience. Ketan, our property manager was already waiting for us and directed us where to park and meet him. We soon realized this place has a plethora ...
... with a bell. When we managed to get on a road, there were very small beat up cars passing us by and I am sure wondering who we were. They probably were saying...."the tourists are starting earlier this year!"
We found lots of flowers, cultivated terraced gardens newly planted, citrus trees (we took three lemons from a tree en route), rose bushes, a gorgeous gardenia bush in someone's garden. My mom's favourite flower, ...
Despite a bit of morning traffic (once again it was the French cars that were the main issue, this may or may not have been due to Dane's focus on them), we eventually made it into Lisbon ...