Hotel Residencial Caravela
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... better days. It was a charming coastal town, very set up for the British tourist, it was not tourist season as such, so the town was fairly quiet.
That evening, we had a lovely tapas dinner at a deli/cafe that Yelp so helpfully recommended.
We headed off to Lisbon the next morning, found our accommodation, dropped off our luggage and went for a walk in the local area. We stayed in the Alfama, old town, on one of the seven hills, ...
... even further reduced the gross domestic product. Given the tight economic situation, the Portuguese government cut massive amounts of spending leading to a plethora of job losses and lower disposable incomes.
Factors such as the rapid reduction in gross domestic product, increasing bond yields, and the severe austerity measures led to Portugal requesting financial aid from the European Union. An economic program was adjusted in early ...
... a lake and as we walked around the lush green park surrounded by a range of craggy hills we heard what sounded suspiciously like an elephant. We looked more closely at the fence, and saw that it was electrified and then we saw ten baby elephants following each other in a circle in the distance, and after that we noticed the Bison drinking from a watering hole. We have stayed in some amazing free places but this place was the biggest surprise of all. The ...
... the tvs near us and a table full of order men playing cards. It was a nice atmosphere, but we were some of the only people eating, since it was too early for dinner, at 7pm. This whole siesta and eating a meal after 8 wasn't working too well for us, but we were doing our best.
After dinner we watched a beautiful sunset and called it a night.
We woke up, got to breakfast earlier to get the hot breakfast and quickly saw they hadn't ...
... at sea and their achievements in discovering the 'new world'. A true highlight and a must see if you were visiting Lisbon.
7. Visit to the Champalimaud research centre - This research centre built for the purpose to cancer research was built by Charles Correa from India. My brother-in-law was his apprentice when this building was in design phase and helped with this project. So we had to go visit to see his achievements :)