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... traveled was seldom level.
Our walk began in the Alfama district, the oldest part of the city, where we disembarked the tram and climbed to St. George Fortress. The rocky Alfama district was the most defensible point in the area, hence the natural site for the fort. Legend says that Ulysses founded Lisbon on one of his voyages, but what we know with more certainty is that the ...
... day when the sun came
out. At least the area where our hotel is doesn’t seem as dodgy now as it did
when we checked in!
Plate du jour: Octopus
Beverage du jour: Lovely bottle of Portuguese red with
Factoid du jour: Portugal’s principle industries are
fishing, tourism, cork and port. Metropolitan Lisbon’s population is about 3 million.
Okay, so Mikey has already written a post on Lisbon which has covered everything, but I couldn't help myself! I love writing and want to get my thoughts down. I have tried to cover different aspects to Mikey and express my view on things, so hopefully it isn’t too repetitive.
Lisbon is a nice, much smaller city (compared to London!) at only 550,000 people. A bit grotty in places, but lots of nicer areas too. Mikey keeps getting offered hash everywhere we ...
... alley looking street. The street (and it's neighbours) were full of restaurants. I thought the Fado show was starting at 7:30, but it turns out it was not starting until 9-9:30. We went to try and find food, and had a bit of a disagreement, as I really wanted Portuguese food, from one of the many little family run places, but, it is almost impossible to find vegetarian food. I was willing to eat on my own, as I wasn't wanting Italian in Portugal, but some of the more ...
... undertake during my time in Latin America, but the school is the one I look forward to with greatest anticipation.
So I bid farewell to almost 100 days of magic in Europe which has given me incredible memories, amazing friends and my fair share of hangovers. I have seen some beautiful cities; countless, awe inspiring cathedrals, buildings and architecture; travelled thousands of kilometres spending countless hours on trains ...