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It was forecast to be another unseasonably hot day for late
May, so I decided to try to spend as much of it as possible indoors at two art
museums. Lisbon is not known for having a great national collection of art like
the Louvre or Prado but it has small scale equivalents in the form of the Museu
Nacional de Arte Antiga and Museu Nacional do Chiado. In most places antique
art refers to classical Greek and Roman civilizations, but in ...
... two meals served on the second leg of our flight - from the Azores to Lisboa - we weave through the streets looking for food. The ostentatious Clube de Fago not yet open nor inviting in its seeming commercialization of the old song of the city, we strolled further through the narrow alleys and homes. We meandered across the tram tracks again, and paused at the top of yet another hill, coming to the corner of Calcada Sao Vicente. The ...
... grottoes and tunnels that you can go through and pop out in many surprising places. Some of them are pitch dark so we had to use our phone flashlights. We found out later that all of the tunnels are connected but there are places where they are blocked off to the public. He also built a free standing and very large chapel that is full of Knights of the Templar symbolism. In the course of the two hours were were there we climbed countless stairs both up and down! My legs were ...
... there was a line that moved 1 metre every minute. At six at night we came down from the mountain and that's the end of that day. On our last full day in Barcelona we went on a bus tour around the city to close our time at Barcelona. The next day at 1 I the afternoon. We had to be on a boat to go fromBarcelona to Italy, the ferry was 19 hours. At 7:30 the next morning we hopped off the ferry and we were in ...
... padding: 0px; border: 0px; line-height: inherit; list-style: none; clear: none;">Some of the rooms within are museums of the Royals with furniture and art of their time.