Casa De Sao Mamede
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... in Spain, so everything in Lisbon seems so expensive.
Two walking tours the next day. One in the main city area, and then to Belem. We stopped for a Bifana (local specialty pork sandwich) for lunch between tours. It was a place recommended by the guide, and it was quite delicious.
At the end of the Belem tour, we stopped at a cafe that has been selling the Portuguese tarts the longest. They have the secret recipe from the ...
... ended in May of 2014.
Although austerity measures were a causal factor of Portugal’s national debt, the bailout program necessitated that Portugal take part in a variety of different austerity measures in order to receive federal funding. In May 2014, when Portugal exited the bailout program, the unemployment rate decreased slightly but was still considered significantly high at a 15.3% value.
The bailout program ...
... places we’ve seen, the people we’ve met, the trials and the tribulations of life on the road even if we cheated a bit. We didn’t do half the things we set out to do; we’ve learnt that things just happen. Has it changed us? Yes we’re a bit meaner with money you can’t beat a free park. Would we do it again? Yes next year, there’s still so much we want to see and do. Would we recommend it? Well, we left home thinking we were mad ...
... we rotated our clothing in the room and got things ready to go. While we were switching clothes out on the windowsill, there was an orange tabby cat on the balcony across from our room that wanted to talk obviously, since he kept chirping at our window. Logan held a conversation with him for a while before we finally had a plan
forward for the day.
Logan told me we weren't hiking but would be doing walking so I wore my sandals, packed by suit and ...
After a quick four hour train ride from Lagos, we arrived to the buzzing and lovely city of Lisbon! Our first evening was pretty relaxing and we made ourselves supper and lounged around the hostel! We woke up Tuesday morning and enjoyed the delicious breakfast that the hostel provided! After having a few cups of coffee, some pancakes and fruit, we decided to do a little bit of sightseeing. We walked along ...