House4 Bairro Alto
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... and is constructed with a beautiful dome. It is next to a huge "flea" market with many, many small “entrepreneurs” selling a world collection of “used treasures”. We walk past the hundreds of street vendors on our way to the St Jorge Castle, stopping at a small cafeteria for lunch.
The queue is perhaps 15 minutes. It appears that most of the queues we encounter are caused by the ...
... show any of the lavishness once bestowed upon the cathedral. The Ambulatory has nine Gothic chapels. The Capela de Santo Ildefonso contains the 14th century sarcophagi of Lopo Fernandes Pacheco, companion in arms to King Alfonso IV and his wife, Maria Vilalobos.
Another super cool thing about Lisbon is that the houses are all tiled, and the patterns on the tiles are pretty amazing. The tiles are called ...
... my way to the Coach museum. This was really interesting! Seeing all the different coaches that rich people rode in, including what Queen Elizabeth II rode when she came to Lisbon, and marveling at the different levels of ornateness that existed back then. Aside from having no rights as a woman, it would be fun to travel back in time to wear the fancy dresses, and ride in a horse-drawn carriage! Oh to be royalty!
In the evening, we headed over to the Chiado/Baixa ...
... earthquakes. Almost a quarter of the city was killed in this triple whammy. The prime ministry vowed to rebuild the city in 10 years, and instituted construction techniques to offset the effort of future tremors.
Did you know that Lisbon is a modern, clean city with an adorable old quarter and a seemingly limitless number of places to find a good, reasonably priced meal with quality wines that are downright cheap? Most of the city was destroyed in ...
... max. People like the American couple that looked like Katie Woodbridge, Andrew, Robbie, Greg, james, the kiwis who lived in London, Tim from Sydney, steph, Maddi. Then there were the staff like Ian who was a top bloke from Perth, meg and meghan and of course muma who would cook us crapes every morning. We also ran into Emma and 2 German chicks who she was traveling with. We met Emma in porto then again in Coimbra. For all the unhealthy partying we were doing in Lagos ...