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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... s favorite), enjoyed the Gulbenkian Museum (art museum all 6000 pieces donated by one person), fascinated by the Tile Museum (learned all the different tile-making techniques) and of course listened to Fado (Portuguese blues-folk music). We ended our journey with a sunset sailboat cruise, seemed a fitting way to say goodbye to ...
... harvest time. The Douro Valley is definitely someplace I would love to go back to, especially during the harvest time so I could see the leaves changing and the traditional grape crushing. I can foresee a time when the Douro Valley will be "discovered" and it will much more crowded and touristy, but for now it is absolutely charming.
That evening we were a little tired from all the wine tasting of the day, and we hadn't gotten back to our hotel until 8pm, so we just wanted ...
... are in no hurry to do anything, well except for the taxi drivers who drive fast on the smallest streets and alley ways. To the outside world, they seem to be lazy and unambitious people, but I see it as a place of content and simple means. Most young adults live at home with their families because it is more convenient and allows them to help provide for their families whom may or may not be as educated or educated at all. In America, young adults are basically frowned upon for ...
... Next stop Vigo, Spain and updates to follow. Have a look at the pictures – Pena Palace is spectacular – we’ll be back Lisbon.
Boa Noite (pronounced “boh-ah noy-tey”) everyone. For your information Portugese is a Romance language that evolved from several dialects of colloquial Latin in the medieval Kingdom of Galicia. There are approximately 240 million speakers of Portuguese which makes it the seventh most spoken language in the ...
... the laid back feel here. The only downside, just like in Spain, is that most restaurants are closed between 2-7, and trying to find food at 3:30 was a bit of a challenge. We did find a hippy cafe, right next to the SÚ, and re-fueled.
Eventually, we made it around to the river, and back to Praša da Comercio, where we stopped at the tourist info centre. Guess who is in Lisbon tonight! Backstreet Boys! Katherine and I seriously debated whether ...