Lisbon Student House
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... br> On Day 2 in Lisbon we continued to be tourists...at breakfast we met a couple ( Paul and Ann-Marie from New Brunswick, who were also going on the cruise )...had a great chat with them...we got a double-decker Hop-on hop-off bus all day ticket...for a short stay this provides an opportunity to see quite a lot of local highlights and sights. Lisbon has some very beautiful architecture with a lot of historical significance. We did have rain on and off during the ...
... had a good meal before heading back to the hotel for a nightcap at the open air bar on the top floor.
The views of Lisbon were spectacular, as we watched the lights come on in the city. This was clearly the place to see and be seen for people under forty. We had 20-30 years on most of them! But it was a beautiful night, and a wonderful way to end the day.
... things out. We had a map from
the information desk at the airport and slowly figured out where we were going.
We explored the center of the city and had a beautiful dinner consisting of
traditional portugese Bacao- cod. It was perfect and it was nice to take it all
in outside. We had a shady encounter of a guy trying to sell us drugs as we
were walking around but it was really funny. We attempted to get to the top of
an elevator that shows the view of the city ...
Ended Friday evening with a few obligatory card games of 500. Saturday morning and as intended we got up 'bright and early' for our day out into Lisbon. OK we left at 10:00am alright!
We took ages over trying to decipher route maps of train, buses, sight-seeing buses and metro to work out how best to get around the city. We didn’t get lost but not sure if we always went the best way.
... wondered why I was doing this alone. She went inside to fetch an older male manager who spoke to me in perfect Spanish and welcomed me inside. I waited a bit in the upstairs area, journaled, and noticed all of the pictures of Amália Rodrigues. She was one of Portugal’s most famous Fado singers, and she regularly performed here. She grew up poor and rose to iconic status thanks to her amazingly passionate voice, just as Edith Piaf had done in France ...