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Travel Blogs from Lisbon
... we had to go
back and change my shoe choice because we were literally dancing up hill, it
was totally worth it. It is definitely going down as one of the best nights of
my life and I can guarantee I will never experience anything like it again. Im
already in love with Lisbon…. YAY PORTUGAL!
June 15, 2014 Day 30
If I could describe Lisbon in one
word it would be HOT. Today was a a scortcher… at one point we saw a billboard
sign that ...
... and it's not always easy to always be seeing new things and going new places. But we are still so in love with it! We arrived from Lagos the evening of March 3 at around 5 ish! The hostel we stayed at was above the train station but not the one we arrived at so we had to take the metro to get there! We must of been out of it because we walked right by it and wandered around the streets looking for it when it was really the next floor up of the building ...
After a late night, Kat was cracking the whip for an early start. We got up, showered, had another amazing breakfast and hit the pavement. We had things to do and see in Lisbon. We headed to the tram stop to catch the tram out to Belem. After waiting a while, the tram arrived. We went to get on and pay for our fare, he wouldn’t let us. He just kept shaking his head and telling us to get off. So we did. Confused and not willing to wait another 20 minutes we asked ...
This first trip abroad from Spain will be hard to beat. I've set the bar high very early on (this was only my second weekend here in Europe.) Lisbon is one of the most fascinating places I have ever been. What I loved most were the hills. The antique city with narrow, winding streets is built up from the water. By making it to the top of the city, I could see down to the beautiful water and sailboats below.
Imagine San Francisco - then imagine ...
... off bus. There were 3 different bus companies but only one of them went out to Cascais. All of them had 4 routes that could be travelled in this time. They all need to differentiate themselves somehow so the routes varied a bit.
Our route took us out through Cascais, along the coast road to the Campismo Orbitur National Park. Talk about being exposed on the top of the bus. It was windy and cold – temperature must have dropped ...