Altis Grand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... the number 28 Tram which is apparently worth riding on is packed, so we pass.
By late afternoon the city is packed with marathon runners. It seems there is a marathon race on this evening, there are 10,000 runners.
Well by now we have seen enough today so its home time for tea.
The Lisbon airport is fairly close to the city which makes it easy to get to and from, but the noise woke me this morning. There were a lot of early ...
This morning we had a half-day bus tour of Lisbon. We're at the point in our travels where big cities don't hold much charm any more; the rural life has much more appeal to us. However we climbed on to the bus, and visited several interesting places, with opportunities for tours and photos. Lisbon really is an interesting city, and we didn't do it justice.
One of the most famous landmarks is the ...
On my first day in Lisbon, Portugal, I went on a Semester at Sea sponsored field program called "Lisbon Panoramic." This was basically a general tour of the city, wine tasting, and included lunch. First, we stopped at the Jerónimos Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site built in 1491 and completed in 1501 that we learned about in Architecture class before arriving to the port. It is a prime example of Manueline architecture, the Portuguese style ...
... by a rocks and muddy water. After an exhausting day, it was time for a late lunch at another middle-eastern restaurant. I enjoyed a lamb kebob at a table I shared with 3 other young Portuguese men. Again, it was strange for me to eat so close to them, but it's normal to share such close quarters with people here. It wasn't even the tourist season and I felt as if I had to fight for a space!
Before heading back to the City, I realized that I still ...
... 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 ...