3k Madrid Hotel
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... smelling them all. Then there is what we called the inverted tower, it is a tower underground.Once you get to the bottom there are caves leading to different exits and one goes to a pond of water where you can walk on rocks under a bridge.
I truly cannot say in words how much I loved creating footsteps through Portugal. It is honestly not a place a thought a lot about traveling to but it is a place I will never forget and I will be back for another journey!
... the south side of Lisboa and the April 26th bridge that crosses just east of downtown. It was definitely the selling point. He showed us the condo, all the dos and donts and was on his way. We unpacked quick, started a much needed load of laundry and tossed on the rain jackets for a jaunt around the Chiado area, which is only less than a square mile but the trendiest and busiest part of Lisboa. There was a market that Alex suggested just a few blocks away, ...
... catch a bus, train or tram whenever we wanted to head into the big smoke but it only took about 15/20 mins depending on your mode, so it was easy as.
On our first day, we had planned to join a street art tour hosted by someone from couch surfing. It was said to teach you about the political, economic and social issues that gave rise to Lisbon's graffiti and I was really pumped for it. Traffic was manic though, and our bus took ages to get there and we missed it! Devo! We passed ...
... outside is even more impressive, the detailing on the stonework of the church and cloister entrances is really fantastic. There isn't much in the cloister really but more of the Manueline decoration and a beautiful refectory line with the Azulejo tiling which is so common and popular in Portugal.
Housed within the Monastery buildings is the Museum of Archaeology (B+) which contains some interesting pieces from Portugal's history (including ...
... hilly residential neighborhood, which was a maze of windy, narrow streets and alleyways in the old part of the city called Alfama. It was beautiful there and I loved exploring. Looking up, we saw lots of balconies with laundry and fancy rugs left out to dry. The buildings were very old and many of them dilapidated, with vines and wild flowers growing out of the roofs and the walls, which were covered with very impressive graffiti, some ...