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... and he could speak really well. That’s another thing I’ve notices, there are a lot of people from England in Lisboa. It’s so cool to hear them talk English because they have the fancy accents. After dinner we found a mini mart to buy water for the night and a cheap store to buy some necessities and headed back to the hostel because we’re lame, but mostly jet lagged and tired.
Oh yeah! We met our roommate, ...
... as far as why they chose to leave their countries and come to Portugal. Many came from their respective countries in order to find work only to be disappointed by the economic crisis of 2008-2009. Portugal was known to them as a comfortable country to live in with a lot of tolerance for many different types of people. In the novel, The Night in Lisbon, Portugal's accommodating nature is mentioned several times. For example, during WWII Portugal was ...
... on the day.
Se Cathedral- My first cathedral on my European excursion and it was beautiful. I only took one or two pictures because I was overwhelmed by the beauty of this building. Lighting a candle and praying was beautiful.
Castelo de Sao Jorge- This is the favorite thing I have seen in Lisbon. The hill at the site of the castle was used by the Romans and civilizations before them as a defensive stronghold however in ...
... going to land at 3:55pm tomorrow. We had 2 stops, in BOG, and MAD. It was a very long flight. Our hotel,"Pensao Estacao Central," was $36.26 per night and we stayed there for 6 nights, so it was $271.56 USD. We get 4,000 dollars because we won the weekly challenge.
We started out with 2,706,693.28 COP.
We spent 3747.56
With the 1% we have $1310.3343 USD.
Wandered down the coast, stopping in a town called Nazaré for lunch. Beautiful beach, big hill to to north with cable cars running up and down. Massive overhangs on cliff faces, with old fort buildings hanging over precariously. Rolled into Lisbon late afternoon, straight into rush hour traffic confusion. Motorways everywhere. Finally found a campground, swim in the pool to cool off, dinner, ...