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... the hill towards the citadel we lost ourselves in the twists and turns of the streets and alleyways of the old town. The citadel has a long history dating back to the third century BC and has had many reincarnations during that time. Excavations in the area at the top have exposed Iron Age dwellings as well as Roam and Viking. Fascinating! Having thoroughly explored the citadel we wandered back down the hill ...
... br> terrace provides one with a magnificent view of Lisbon.
were very fortunate with the mostly clear and sunny weather. Very
impressed with the “Famous Views” that we saw of Lisbon however
there is so much more to explore there. As usual it was all too
short and hurried – back on board by 2 and off. The experience
could be so improved if we had an extra couple of hours to ourselves
to experience life in this fine city. Oh well, England ...
... featuring a fiery Flamenco show. While in Seville we joined a local guide for a walking tour of the Moorish city of Cordoba. The highlight is the magnificent Mesquita an 8th century mosque with a Christian church built inside it. We walked through the forest of horseshoe shaped arches to the Baroque choir stalls of the Cathedral and the richly ornamented Mihrab prayer niche. At night we ...
... delicious complementary breakfasts (that consistently managed to get us up by 930 each day for its crepes) and took a needed nap.
Our first night was an eventful one. We walked to a sister hostel with our new friend and roommate, Gabriela from Brazil, and had a cookout on the roof. From there we ventured out into the town with a group of 10 of us for a hostel pub crawl. We spent the night getting to know our new friends ...
... was impressive, to say the least. His knowledge bank would have been terabytes in capacity because he had tidbits of detail for everything that we discussed - from geographic formations to saving the planet to recipes for cooking sardines (a Portuguese staple and favourite).
Our first stop was Fatima. As you can imagine, we had a special connection to this holy place, not only for what happened here but also as Cin is named after Jacinta, ...