Altis Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Our last night in Europe before heading home. We flew in to Lisbon from Basel and arrived around 3pm - plenty of time to wander the streets, grab some delicious Indian food, and drink some beer. We leave at 5am tomorrow morning with layovers in Amsterdam and Atlanta. Let's hope all goes well...
... something like this.... Customs: "you're in transit I see. Where are you going?" Me: "Portugal." C: after flicking through my passport..."hmmm it seems that you have gone over your Shengen visa." Me: this woman can't be serious. I'm not even entering the EU right now. "No I have been to Morocco, Turkey, Croatia and Bosnia for a total of 26 days." C: "oh......when did you leave home?" Me: "November." ****... This will lead to more questions. C: "I see you worked ...
... on the bank of the Tagus river in the Belem area, which celebrates the Portuguese Age of Discovery during the 15th and 16th centuries. Cut off from the rest of Europe by their sometimes hostile neighbors, the Portuguese turned to their only other frontier, the sea, claiming territories in Africa, South America, the Orient, and India.
I was surprised to find that Portugal also has a Christ the Redeemer statue, ...
... to any other city we'd seen. In some aspects it reminded us a lot of certain places in Asia and then there was kind of French influence in some areas as well. One thing we did notice and became more and more impressed with was the pavement. Tiny little cobblestones paved down every street. Even the back streets where no one goes. So much work involved and can imagine they would become super slippery in the rain. They most definitely give the city its point of ...
... this morning but I’m glad I didn’t because Kay was feeling tired and decided to give her ticket to someone who would appreciate it. It was very sweet of her.
We made one more stop before returning to the ship. We had a half hour of free time to walk around. It seemed like we were dropped off in the Chinatown district of Lisbon. The Madelines and I wanted to get away from the touristy stuff so we walked up a lot of stairs ...