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Travel Blogs from Lisbon
... a very mild 22 degrees when we set out. We opt to do a complete circuit on the bus so we can see what this particular route has to offer, and at what points we may want to get off. It's a very inexpensive and relaxing way to see a sizeable portion of the city. In the district of Belem, we pass the bakery mentioned in a previous entry and are not surprised to see the queues of people outside, but giving us a 'heads up' for what we will be in for, when we do go there! When we recognise ...
... splendor of Versailles, its ecclectic charm is heart warming.
On the way back to Lisbon, we stopped at Cabo da Roca, the western most part of Europe for breathtaking views of 'the end of Europe'. Our journey back took us through the elegant and upscale seaside towns of Cascais and Estoril.
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Feira da Ladra, Lisbon's Thieves Market, open only on Tuesdays and Saturdays is the place to hunt ...
... At the moment it's sunny but windy and cool. Travelling here is really cheap. Last night we had grilled sole and spare ribs, each with a generous serving of vegetables, a half litre of a good house red, a massive dessert and two coffees for 23 Euros. Accommodation is spotlessly clean and usually around 50 euros for about 3 stars but often much cheaper. Often, breakfast is included. Our hire car is about 24 euros a day. And, most important, the natives are ...
... the city, punctuated by three main jolts. Its arrival came midway through mass. Ten minutes later, thousands lay dead under the rubble. Along the waterfront, shaken survivors scrambled aboard boats to sail to safety. They were met by a wall of water, the first wave of a tsunami that rushed up the Rio Tejo. The ravaging water capsized ships, swept people off the docks, crested over the seawall. and crashed 800 feet inland.
... is frequently covered in pigeons and surrounded by young skateboarders. The next street over is another square, Rossio, with the Rossio station which was designed in Neo-Manueline style. At the top of the square is the Teatro Nacional (Dona Maria II Theater) with two fountains brought from Pairs on either end of the square.
Heading west we walked up a few side streets before coming to the Praca dos Restauradores. ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool