Lisbon Dreams Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... We drank free sangria and chatted away till the early hours. We woke to the sweet smell of waffles. Yep, free waffles from 8am-12 along with cheese toasties, fresh fruit, cereal and hot coffee! What a great way to stay the day! We went on the free tour! (Get us with all this culture and history we're absorbing!) we then followed that up with a trip out to Belem! If you've never had a 'Portuguese Tart' you are missing out! I'm talking about the custard tart pastries, not the woman of ...
... and had some of
the best icre cream I have ever had- in the shape of a flower! After our ice
cream we wandered back to the water and just sat enjoying the views. We sat
there and chatted for about an hour watching the sun go down. It was so
peaceful and really made me think about some important things- like what is
going to happen when I get home, and what kind of goals I have now. I think
explaining to people that this trip has changed my life is an ...
... and a 20 foot wave. November 1, 1755 was not a good day for Lisbon and that day has not been forgotten in the city even 260 plus years later. There is a church in the Bairro Alto District that Lisbon left "as is" in remembrance of the great quake. That is something that all visitors should check out as well.
All in all I spent the whole day walking around this District and taking in the views of the city from the castle.
Took a day tour of Sintra which is a town about 40 km from Lisbon. There were 8 in our group. First stop was the royal summer castle. Apparently it was one of th model castles for Disney. Great location atop a steep mountain. Rooms were smaller than to palaces but was beatuifully furnished. We then went to the recommended restaurant for lunch and has nice clams, puppies, with barbq fish which was delicious. Not ...
... castle, but mostly were just wandering the streets. Alfama (this district) is full of narrow streets and tiled houses that transports you back a couple of centuries to the colonial glory of Portugal. It was fantastic. So charming. Little pastry shops and cafes everywhere. Mid-afternoon, we found one, across from the Fado museum, where we shared a pitcher of Sangria. I could sit in the sun all day with Sangria! We even got some tan lines! Siesta time! ...