Lisbon Parque Das Nacoes Youth Hostel
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While we where in Lisbon we went to see a palace that was really old.
Here are some good things about this place, there was a really big and deep well.
It was so deep that you could walk down into it and it led to a deep underground tunnel walkway.
Also there was the 'lake of the waterfall' where I fell in the water and hit my head and ...
... queen bed with ensuite, and it's awesome! I found this place in a Luxury Hostel e-book...and it's living up to expectations too :-) (plus it was cheap haha).
We chilled out for a little bit, and then we decided to grab some food. Lucky when you stay at a hostel, they give you a list of great restaurants to try...that are cheap and great food! So we make our way to one of them.
Lisbon is ...
... old apartments.
John Khoury, again we spotted a suitable property with 4 bedrooms that sleeps 10 that we will not buy.
Back to the hotel followed by the sunshine and a walk around the park that the hotel sits in.
All very hard to take; the sun is back the washing is dry and we are getting ready for dinner at a Fado restaurant. Fado is the Portuguese national singing. More tomorrow on this cultural adventure.
... restaurant, we were quite disappointed we didn't think to make reservations for the Saturday night before Easter, but our 3 course meal at the place we stumbled upon definitely made up for it. After a long dinner, the European style, with our new friends, we headed back to the hostel (early for once). We hung out on our rooftop terrace for a little longer, playing cards and talking, and finally called it a night (before midnight!).
Waking up the next ...
... to the train station I crossed over and headed up the hill into what I hoped was the city center where I would find a tourist info center and therefor be able to get a map. As I was walking there was a small square with a statue, under the statue was a group of people with a Sandemans Free walking tour umbrella. I had stumbled across the start of the tour, so decided to join.
The tour traveled through one section of ...