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... the Cathedral, but she starts at ten euros and we refuse to go above four. She offers us a totally different type of scarf saying I could have this one for four, but I don't like these ones. She lets us walk away so obviously what we offered was just too low. Actually, she must have just been having a really good day with sales because when we get back on the bus we see the same scarves outside a shop for two euros!
Next stop Is the Belem Tower and then walk along the promenade ...
... earlier. But our pace was slower, we were soaking in the chic vibe of the city. And there was no rush because the city never sleeps. We were still seeing sights at 8pm...returned to our hotel for showers...and then went out for dinner. At 10 pm on a Monday night it seemed like the whole city was still out.
We found a wonderful restaurant on a side alley and we sat outside on the cobblestone street. The ...
Ah, Lisbon. Where to start? The 23 hour train ride there, maybe? As you can imagine, spirits weren't high after a night on the train (time to mention the hysteric toddler in our carriage). However, Lisbon soon proved to be well worth it. It started with an Antique market the size of 3 sports fields and the best sandwiches had thus far on our journey. And lets face it, best sandwiches in Europe must equal to ...
... those things) and, when the company we booked our upcoming slow boat home with, advised us that we would be publicly shunned if not properly attired for 'formal nights’, she immediately had visions of being forced to walk the plank. We’ve been backpacking for two years- formal night for us is donning a T-shirt that doesn’t have too many holes in it. DH had been picking up items recently that would allow her to pass for formal but was horrified that my only plan ...
... to the end in a circle surrounding the Praca Marques se Prombal. Pombal ruled Portugal from 1750-77 and reformed the political, educational, and agricultural landscape.
We walked back a little to the south and headed to Bairro Alto. This section is littered with nightclubs and a little farther down is the section known as Chiado, where fashionable Lisbons’ go to shop. It was New Year’s Eve and so ...
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