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... Tina went upstairs and reported that it was a lot calmer and saw a bunch of Chinese tourists amongst the ones seated. So, that leads me to think that the top floor is probably the tourist floor and the bottom being a Portuguese floor. Ordering was interesting. Our waiter and I had to find a way to understand each other. And there were some missteps. We wrote down what we wanted on the paper table cover and the quantity, and we pointed to the item on ...
... dropped off at the correct location. Our shuttle from the airport dropped us off at the wrong train station and we realized it 15 minutes before our train left to Lisbon. Monica (a good friend I met at ICN) offered Bee and I to stay at her motherīs house during our visit and she would be waiting for us! We ran looking for a taxi and after some bargaining (which I managed to do in Spanish), the driver took us to the train station. It was like out of a scene Fast & ...
... none; clear: none;">It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site on account of its 19th century Romantic architecture, AND that's before you even consider the castle and palace that loom over top!
This weekend I checked out Lisbon, Portugal. Located on the far west coast of the Iberian Peninsula, it was a very beautiful city. With limited time, we spent half of our time site seeing, and the other half just kind of lounging around. Honestly, just lounging around is the more Iberian way to do things anyways. We were greeted into the city by the giant Christ the Redeemer statue, overlooking the Tejo River. Although this is not the Christ the Redeemer statue, it ...