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Travel Blogs from Lisbon
Lisbon's perfect weather, bleached limestone buildings, and youthful vibe charmed Pete and I for the three short days we stayed in this former world powerhouse.
On our first full day in Lisbon we enjoyed a five hour walking tour of the main sights. We heard tales of the Portugese empire and the 1755 earthquake whilst we walked through the …
Without going on about it....a 10 hour
train journey from Santander to Lisbon, a private 2 person sleeper
compartment, a complimentary wash-bag with accessories, a free bottle
of water each, a full cooked breakfast and coffee in the restaurant
car...all for 64 Euros. To compare, a 2 hour journey from Leeds to
London, one of …
... side on the right side of the theatre, but like downstairs, no access to seats along the wall.
We decided not to go to Crooners tonight … I wanted to catch up with the blog and luckily I managed to “finish” Vigo – yay, but accessing email was way to slow so I gave up on that … it took 8 mins just to log on late at night.
Clocks forward tonight, have to hand in our passports between 7.30 and 8.30 - are they kidding?
I vaguely remember my last visit to Lisbon 10 years ago.
My recollection about Lisbon is that getting around the city is like going through a maze of streets that rise and fall across hills that dwindle into alleyways and stairways most of the time. There are a few interesting neighborhoods which are all within walking distance from the city center. The standout neighborhoods are Alfama, Bairro Alto, Baixa, Belem and Chiado, ...
... that you'd make a big effort for them. But I think it's different when you're traveling. You don't have your normal net works around, so you do cling a little to the really nice people around you and they become your next best friends and family. Monday 18 March 2013: So I didn't want them to leave!!! So I decided that I wanted to follow them to Coimbra for a night. I felt so rebellious too! I'd booked a hostel in Porto for 4 nights, but wanted to run off to Coimbra the second ...