VIP Inn Veneza Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... end up heading down a boulevard through another deep valley lined with modern hotels and office buildings. Then to a huge traffic circle with a gentle sloping hill with a carefully manicured garden and enormous Portuguese flag blowing in the wind… I’ll have to come back and explore that more later…
On down a tree lined boulevard towards the real heart of the city. On the way I sneak down a couple of ...
... you stood upon that separated you from the distant past.
After we toured for a good 4 hours it was dark and we started to walk down the narrow cobblestone streets. We walk by a few wine bars that you miss if you blinked. I say this literally more than figuratively because no restaurant or store in Lisbon has a big "store front" they we we do in the us. The door of the restaurant might look like the back door to someones ...
... driver and hiring him for the day to take us anywhere we wanted to go instead of taking the hop on hop off bus. You do live and learn. Next time !
Lunch and took a cab up to St George Castle which dominates the heights overlooking the city. Impressive walls but not much filling in the centre ! Great views from the walls. The hop on hop off ticket was finally useful for something – 20% discount on the entry ticket - ...
... in what is described as a neo-manueline style. It is not that old, built in early 1900's, designed by an Italian architect, who spent 14 years on this work. There are hundreds of working drawings, with details of all of the elaborate decorations, for every aspect of the building, furniture, chapel and features in the garden. The Library has a floor that is edged by mirrors so you feel like the floor is floating and very high as it reflects all the bookcases, ...
I started making my bucket list when I was 17 years old. At first the list consisted of attainable or generic ambitions: "send a message in a bottle out to sea," "be a maid of honor," "run a 5k" are just a few examples. In the hopes of my future-self being that girl who fiercely chases all of her dreams, no matter the cost, no matter how irresponsible or how irrational it may be, I added to the list: "buy a ticket to an unknown destination."
So, where did my ...