We extended the holiday with a night's stay in Lisbon. These are some of the tiles in the Cervejaria Trindade a converted refectory of a monastery, you'd never know it was there from the street.
We spent much of the day walking in the centre, lots to see, we never made a tram ride - they always seemed to be packed to the doors even at 9am on Sunday morning!
Evening meal at Santo Antonio de Alfama down in the Moorish quarter - we'd had lots of soggy vegetables during our stay they were well cooked here - we just got in, I'd recommend booking! We stayed by the castle, busy - lots of street vendors selling selfie sticks(!) but the hotel was quiet and restful.