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... electric trams from the turn of the century and pedestrian streets lined with cafes. It is a city situated on 7 hills that gently roll up from a large cove shaped harbour. Despite the hills, it's easy to get around as trams and funiculars will whisk you up to the top. Our rented apartment is in a great part of town, easy to get to almost anything within a very short walk.
One of the highlights was the guided walking tour we did of ...
After the usual cappuccino and pastry we boarded a tram for the steep climb up to St. Jorge Castle. Not much to look at inside, but the views were spectacular. The area around the town has some interesting shops on very narrow streets.
We then took a stroll through the Alfama area, which is built into a very steep hill and has a tangled web of narrow, winding streets. It was a bustling district during the ...
... and cameras galore. We happened upon many peacocks, two of which strutted with their feathers up. Fantastic. The peahens were not interested by the way.
An early dinner. When we walked in the waitress asked if we wanted lunch or just drinks. It was 5.45. You have to wait until 8.30 at least for dinner.
A great day. We move from this fantastic hotel tomorrow to Porto.
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... and species of the water. After heading back into town and stopping by a church to say some Easter prayers, we decided to spend our last night in Lisbon enjoying some typical Portuguese food and music. We enjoyed a delicious Portuguese buffet and then made our way to a tiny local "Fado" house to enjoy the famous style of music, which is similar to that of blues-folkish music. Although I couldn't understand a single word of any song, the small local atmosphere was ...
... to puke smell). Anyways, looking Portugese enough, I had people speaking to me. I couldn't quite understand the one, but I think he was telling me that there were seats further up the tram. Generally speaking, the people here are very kind, and we ended up with an old man, telling us all about how to get from the tram to the Tower, then to the Monument of Discoveries and back to the Monastery, including where we had to go over the train tracks, and where there was an subway ...