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... long flights of stairs up, we were on a little street, and popped into a convenience store where I got my Big Milk bar. Um, yum! I don't know where Steve went, but I stayed and chatted with the two sweet older women in Portuguese for a while. It was the cultural experience I was hoping for and heaven.
On Day 3, the city workers decided to go on strike and the city was all but shut down. So, we hopped a train and went to Sintra for the day. We had planned to go ...
... french people who had just finished boom festival and I got to hear all the stories, was really hilarious.
Lisbon. Whoa. I definitely did not give myself enough time to see this city, because it is so huge compared to the rest, but I intended it that way because it is just too touristic, I can't handle tourists very well anymore, because with it comes all the tourist traps, the high prices, restaurants, shopping centres, starbucks... you get ...
... to a lady at the ticket window and she said our balance was depleted. Now why wasn't the vending machine programmed to say that in English?
We topped up and took the metro to Be My Guest guest house where we had stashed our extra luggage for the last few weeks. Be My Guest is a 3rd floor walk-up and the owner/manager Nuno was there waiting for us. He gave us a great room. We hadn't been shown our exact room before when we had stopped by ...
... s both challenging and encouraging. From one regard, they say that Portugal needs the welfare state and the lives they have become accustomed to are disappearing. At the same time, they are oppitimistic about the future for themselves and Portugal. Be it a positive or a negative, these students viewed the terrible economic situation in Portugal and the necessity to increase the contribution of the welfare society as enough motivation to begin moving ...
... This tour also gave fine views of the river and the bridge and the statue of Christ the King on the opposite bank. The commentary on both tours was excellent and interspersed with Portuguese music we enjoyed it very much. We didn't get rained on too much but I did get a wet bum as the seats on the open top parts had foam cushions that were decidedly damp! Early sail away so we didn't have time to explore on foot much but ...