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... was closed to instead we
just continued to walk around. We made our way back to our apartment around
9:30 and at this point there was a full blown party happening in the streets.
Aparently it was a celebration on San Anton that happens once a year in Brazil
and Portugal, and we were here for this celebration, and it was happening
outside our window. There was about a 3 block radius that was a complete party
and I felt like all of Lisbon was on our street. We ...
The hostel was quaint and was built straight up. A small, four-story spiral staircase enveloped an antique elevator (which I did not think worked until it startled me as I climbed the stairs). There was a lounge area with a bar, kitchen, and computers. There were French tourists camped out everywhere. It looks like the French found me before I found them! I reached my clean, female-only dorm with about 10 beds and dropped my things off. ...
Average breakfast. Busses not running at 9am as there was a marathon in progress. the whole town should be divided into 2 as far as tourist areas are concerned. One is the area surrounding the commercio square and the other is Belem. Our plan today was to cover Belem.
Took metro to commercio square – Day pass at 6.50 euro. Took tram 15E to Belem – sardine packed trams. Visited St.jeremino monastery after which we crossed over to park opposite ...
Poor Portugal is like a faded beauty queen – seen better days. The place is full of statues and monuments to the days of glory when Portugal ruled the seas and was a formidable colonial power. Stills, its beautiful and the food impressive and the prices attractive. Driving into Spain from the Algarve was startlingly beautiful but the presence of eucalypts (also prevalent in southern Spain ) sort of ...
... were all very certain it was some kind of offal, perhaps liver, the others were a baked fish and duck and rice. Unfortunately our uncertainty really put us off our meal which was honestly quite average anyway.
After some time out in the hostel Imogen, Carmen and I talked ourselves into joining the pub crawl for the night given we were in the capital city and the following day was the least busy. We stopped at the hostel ...