Palacete Chafariz D'El Rei
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... have been preserved. Again we have a body crush of people visiting. So much for off season! The chapel is over the top ornate and Vasco de Gama is buried there. The cloisters are very wide and have 2 levels. I don’t think we’ve ever seen such massive cloisters. We take the bus home which is horribly crowed and slow. Dinner is at another Fado restaurant but I haven’t got the stamina to stay late. Still it’s 10:00 ...
... Jac was in heaven. Plus all the open air restaurants and bars were something we hadn't really experienced to this level yet in Europe. Whilst we haven't been to San Francisco yet we did wonder if Lisbon was a little bit similar, built on steep hills, trams and a very vibrant culture. After spending the afternoon and evening exploring we needed to secure the car somewhere safe for the night as out front of the backpackers next to the bars wasn't going to ...
... my personal space, however, it has entered the danger zone. It is an unfortunate fact, but I compare it, possibly with some hyperbole occupying my mind, to having any animal wander into my home or my room. If a hippo or a tiger were to stumble into my room, it would also need to go. While I would try my best not to drop kick the hippo to get it to leave, desperate times require desperate actions. I mention all of this, ...
... to head down the boardwalk to find a place to hide from the sun. We stumbled upon a nice beach side bar called “Da Wave” and were drawn to it because of the reggae music being played. We found a table, took a seat and partook in some very inexpensive beer. The prices here were so much better than western Europe. We spent the rest of the afternoon sitting in the shade, people watching and enjoying the warm beach and beautiful view.
... the parking station had only opened an hour ago and we were their first customers. More cheers and clapping. To celebrate the event, we were offered free parking for the whole of our stay in Lisbon!!! Needless to say, we accepted without hesitation.
The parking station was about 200m back from the current waterfront, which, over time, had extended into the harbour. Excavating for the car park must have been a nightmare, as ...