Lisbon Dreams Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... little town wondering what the late Monday afternoon trading spike was caused by!
While there we also had a sunset dinner at Europe's most western point, which was pretty amazing. Unfortunately our time on thd beaches - which are lovely and the best we've seen since we left - was marred by wind and so there was no walking on the beach (this was serious wind).
On our way out of Peniche and add we headed north we speed at the lighthouse at Nazare which ...
Today we fly yo Lisbon, but not till 6pm. We do some walking before sitting in La Rambla street for a while, taking in the nice warm sun and do some people watching. By mid afternoon the streets have become crowded again. Now its off to the airport.
The flight to LIsbon with TAP is a good flight and arrives early. We take the subway to our apartment where our host Margarida is waiting for us. Her place is nice and in a quiet area just a few ...
... 15E tram for the 40 minute or so journey to Belem. There are faster ways to get there, but the tram offers a great way to glimpse actual Lisbon life and gives a chance to interact with some of the locals.
We hopped on the packed tram (this one was modern unlike yesterday's 28E) and were on our way. A helpful older gentleman promised to tell us where to get off for the main stop on the journey -- the Monastery of Jeronimos. The tram ride turned into quite ...
... was a lovely home once we had found it. We explored Cascais that evening and attempted to get to the beach to watch the sunset unfortunately the wind had other plans lol but it was pretty fun. We walked around for a bit and then found dinner down in the main square. Authentic Portuguese meals in an international restaurant lol. They were delish. I even tried some of Henry's Octopus. It was actually a lot yummier than I thought it was going to be. In Lisbon city and it was the ...
While staying in Lisbon, Portugal, I witnessed a city of relaxation. Sure, it was busy and bustling with people getting from one place to the next, but it didn't give the feeling of urgency or rigidity that many other cities would give. I was told by instructors and local Portuguese citizens alike that this was the nature of the Portuguese people. It is this quality that gives them a kind of nonchalant attitude towards the nature of their own Portuguese ...