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... however soon found it warm enough to remove them. We made a few purchases to take home with us and then around 3pm headed back to the boat. We've made it a point to walk 10 to 12 thousand steps a day. Some days we walked over 17,000 steps
It won't be much longer before we sail. So goodbye from Lisbon and two days at sea till we reach Southampton where we board our flights home. ...
We set the alarm early as we were arriving in Lisbon at 7am. I had heard the entrance in to Lisbon down the river Tiege was beautiful. Emma got up with me and we went to the top level of the ship. One thing I had not taken in to account was it would be dark, and the sun was just rising by the time we docked. While it was nice to get up early and view our arrival Emma was not impressed by my lack of knowledge of sunrise times. We decided we would do Lisbon on our own ...
... free. He said that any of the paid elevators always had a free spot close by that would give almost the same view, and this view was pretty amazing, all the orange roofs were gorgeous against the blue sky. Our guide then took us to try to local cherry liquor, which is a speciality of Lisbon and is served in a small, edible chocolate cup. So delicious we had two.
After the walking tour, we wandered a bit and found a street art exhibition in the museum of culture ...
... bought some paintings at
the bottom- I love buying paintings from original painters… so humbling. We
walked to the Torre de Beleme, which is this huge tower on the water. Amanda
went to the top and me and tamar just enjoyed from a distance while we
stretched our legs. We thought it was funny when a boat of portugese men
floated by us- it was like we were meant to be sitting there. Afterwards, we
caught a cab back to our apartment and learned that we live in ...
... because I knew that I would be exploring the historical Alfama district soon. We zipped past advertisements for Kentucky Fried Chicken and Justin Timberlake concerts.
A half hour later came my stop, Baixa. As soon as I emerged from steep tunnel out of the metro, a wave of comfort overcame me. It was sunny, and the sky was this piercing, unforgettable light blue that I had lived with while I studied in Aix-en-Provence. The weather was mild indeed. ...