Residencial Real

Rua Fernao Magalhaes, Lisbon, Estremadura, Portugal | Inn
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Part 4: misc. & Part 5: so many Algarve towns

A travel blog entry by steve13


... 9 Canadian). Oh yes, I hear they sell beer and wine too! Should be interesting. Tonight at 5:00 the Canadian men play their first hockey game at the Olympics. We are meeting some people at BJ's Canadian Bar to watch and cheer. We have gone their to catch our womens' team twice: when we beat Finland 3 days ago, and yesterday when we beat the U.S. I did not plan on going out of my way to follow the Olympics, but it is easy and fun to do so here; and I am on holidays! As I ...

Yet another capital city

A travel blog entry by iloveeurope35


... it started to rain to such an extent that we ran back to our hotel to collect our spray jackets. As we got there, the main receptionist told us that we could check in for real and make our way to our incredibly spacious apartment. As we were leaving, the rain halted, so we left our spray jackets behind. True to form, the rain came down, and 5 minutes later we had to run back to our room again to collect our spray jackets for real! This was most annoying.

We then had ...

"Onde a terra se acaba e o mar começa"

A travel blog entry by geethaooi


... representing sailors, explorers, warriors, poets .....

That afternoon, we took a guided tour to Sintra, the summer retreat of the royals. Now, a World Heritage Site, the old town and the Castle grounds offer Lisboans and tourists a romantic getaway. Pena Castle, built on the ruins of a 16th century monastery by Fernando II, consort to Queen Maria II is a mish mash of architectural styles; medieval, oriental, moorish. Not exactly ...

Wonderful Portugal

A travel blog entry by psing

... has some strategic element in its design. Every one of millions of rocks had to be manhandled into position in incredibly challenging terrain. The physical demands must have been enormous. I've posted a couple of photos on Facebook to try and lend some reality to these comments.
The Palacio de la Pena was really something else. Immense immediately comes to mind both in terms of the actual building and the surrounding gardens. It's one of three ...

City, Coast and Country

A travel blog entry by katieandrod


... along the coast and visited the memorial. They also have a marble map in the footpath depicting all the Portuguese navigational paths. Australia was actually on the map, although only the very top of it as the map was more showing Timor.

This is all alongside the bridge which was designed by the same architect as San Fransico’s Golden Gate Bridge and looks very similar. On the other side of the bridge is a large statue of Christ the ...

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