Palacete Chafariz D'El Rei
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... almost 12 hours that night (Hello, jet lag!) we hit the streets of Lisbon the next day. Lisbon prides itself for its history and culture so this time we went down to the river front to see the discovery memorial and the famous Belem Tower. Both are right on the river with the rolling hills of Lisbon in the background. The weather has been perfect, 75 and sunny. Lunch was at an Italian place called "Nosolo Italy" that actually had fantastic pizza! We also ...
... and found a massive shopping dept store which had a great supermarket to get some supplies. Bill was impressed with the men sitting at a bar, in the supermarket waiting.... Needn't get any ideas!!! Some amazing buildings and statues...too many tour groups which was hard to get around. Of course we are exempt even though tourists as well. Fantastic bridge along the ...
... outline of the continents offered a graphic portrayal of the progression, showing how mariners sailed east to avoid the worst of the currents around Africa’s Cape of Good Hope. Diaz accomplished the feat in 1488, then Vasco de Gama arrived in India in 1498.
The floor map also helped explained why Brazil speaks Portuguese while the rest of South America largely speaks Spanish. ...
... is made up of 2 bunk beds for 4 people and so far it’s us and this French girl, Regina. She’s nice and we just spoke to her about France basically and places to visit there. Okay I think that’s all I can remember from yesterday because I had to write it a day late because of all the sleepiness and traveling. Tomorrow we go to Belem!! (Which I’ll be posting in like 5 minutes since we already went, very nice place).
... bad guys on the other. The kids (Bob included) were even treated to a ride on a horse drawn carriage which was a huge novelty for Phebs. That's if you could call 65euros a novelty. This was also where we got to sample the Ginja cherry liquor (really, it is a cherry liqueur). Finally, Des got to sample some "cherry licking"!!
And then it was back to our apartment in Lisbon.
Oh, I should also mention that, as we travelled the ...