VIP Inn Veneza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... The old city was mostly destroyed when an earthquake hit causing a tsunami and because most everyone was in church lighting candles when this occurred the candles fell over and burned the city. So most of the city is fairly new construction compared to other European cities. The streets are lined with wonderful mosaic marble patterns down the sidewalks which I found fascinating. I loved the unique tile facades and the wonderful colors painted on the stucco buildings. The tiles are ...
... mall and then boarded the bus for our next destination -- Pena Palace, located in the mountains above the resort village of Sintra. We drove through Lisbon down the Avenue de Liberdaden, passing the botanical gardens and the aqueduct on our way. Lisbon, itself a city of 1.5 million, has huge suburbs with another 1.5 million people, so it was quite a while before we left the metro area. Once we did, we continued to travel through small towns until we got to Sintra, a ...
... of tea or coffee at dusk, we decided to join the locals and congregate on the sticky cobbled doorstep of a Ginjinha in Largo de Sao Ginjinha to toast and consume their favourite drink, Ginjihna. Ginjinha is basically cherry brandy. Like marmit it’s something you will either love or hate. The drink was invented by local monks who fermented the sour ginja cherries in the brandy. Possums I think you would like this one. ...
... in the 50 meter long line and entered the unique arched hallways surrounding a large courtyard.
It is known for is Gothic Manueline style of architecture and is ornate complex design and scale is impressive. The place is massive with two levels of cloister rooms surrounding the courtyard. Off to the water side, is the high ceilinged Church of Santa Maria, a three-aisle church with five bays under a single heaven-high vault,
... 8217;s demand for labor. Today, the need for labor stems from the large amount of emigration that occurred from Portugal starting in the 1960s (http://www.migrationpolicy.org/article /portugal-seeks-balance-emigration-immi gration). The immigrants fill the spaces of the worker shortages. I have noticed that more often than not the ones that many of the immigrants I have seen in Lisbon hold laborious jobs such as cab drivers and cleaning staff. ...