As Janelas Verdes
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAs Janelas Verdes Lisbon
Um Hotel proximo a restaurantes e bares interessantes. Numa rua tranquila e um hotel muito charmoso.
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... small package. We decide to walk around the streets and it wasn't long until we came across cathedral, went inside but as we weren't overly impressed by its inside appearance, we exit just after a man had played a song using the massive organ. I can't remember ever hearing an old organ being played and it was amazing hearing it echo off each of the walls and roof.
We head back out into the slightly drizzling rain and decide after passing a few ...
... we walked a bit further to the "modern" Palacio Nacional da Pena. This was a over the top, neo moorish building...will put photos. Got back to Lisbon, had last walk round, an early meal and are now on the train in Santa Apolonia station in Lisbon, leaving in 5 minutes for Madrid! Will add photos later, as don't think wifi will last once we get going, but you never ...
... parthenon is one of the most awesome structures ever.
* I never expected to see so many tourists in Lisbon. You're simply flooded with them.
* Your directions suck. And, you don't know how to get places accurately. If you live in a city, at least get to know it and where things are exactly!
* You have no concept of how long it takes to get anywhere in the city. LOL.
* Like other cities, you have Indians who run tourist gift shops and try to rip you off. Nice ...
... rate has affected the education rate as more students try to pursue further education in hopes that it will increase their chances of finding a job. However, with the current financial limits, it is sometimes monetarily difficult for students to pursue said ambitions. The unemployment rate, along with the small size of the country, also causes students to live with their families for longer, a concept not commonly seen in the U.S. ...
... though I couldn’t understand her it was the saddest story I’d ever heard. Then suddenly cheering up she walked us outside the shop, pointed to the square and started to dance I think she was telling us there was dancing in the square later but we’ll never know.
We turned off the coast, south of Porto and followed the busy, narrow roads along the River Drouro, a beautiful drive with amazing scenery spoilt by speeding juggernauts on ...