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... under a patio unbmrella.
My first impression is that the city needs a good cleaning! Lots
of garbage and graffiti, and several derelict and abandoned buildings. Things
are bit better in the touristy part, but it’s clear the resources and/or desire
to preserve and restore old buildings simply aren’t there. Mind you, rain always
makes a place look dreary – it seemed better later ...
... in thanksgiving for Portugal’s neutrality in the Second World War. Finally we were driven to Commercial Square. This faces the river and in fact the side of the square adjacent to the river is open, so the square has three sides. There is an impressive triumphal arch leading to the Rua Augusta previously inhabited exclusively by gold and siver smiths. In the centre of the square is a statue of King Joseph the first riding a horse. Because the horse, made of bronze went ...
... long line of tourist at the National Palace, we decided to tour the Quinta da Regaleria, another historic palace with beautiful gardens. After learning about the secret underground passage in the garden and walking through to the waterfall, we were quite happy we chose this place to tour. After 2 hours of walking around the palace and gardens, we hopped back in the van to drive to Cabo da Roca, the Western most point of Continental Europe. Arriving at the lighthouse ...
... the parking station had only opened an hour ago and we were their first customers. More cheers and clapping. To celebrate the event, we were offered free parking for the whole of our stay in Lisbon!!! Needless to say, we accepted without hesitation.
The parking station was about 200m back from the current waterfront, which, over time, had extended into the harbour. Excavating for the car park must have been a nightmare, as ...
... all our minds, even though we only visited the neuroscience section and more the three quarters of the people weren’t there (it is August in Southern Europe and everyone is on holiday). Rather than tell you more I will just let the pictures talk, some of which were taken by my students, especially Gabi Torres.