Dom Carlos Liberty Lisboa
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... tourists. I knew this tour would be no different. Yes, it was going to a seven level club, but seven levels of terrible music is not a fun time. I don't know why I signed up. I think I just had an urge to be social. Or maybe I'm just a masochist.
After a few sangrias we were at the first bar, which was empty as expected. I was actually in a decent mood here. I was chatting, not overly intoxicated, and enjoying meeting the others on the tour. All signs pointed to ...
... a small tradicional restaurant for dinner. The food was great, the host/owner/manager was lovely and we ate our fill. Then we strayed into yet another wine bar for a mere sip before going home, via Metro. No more getting lost for us, but alas, we leave the next day. Or so we thought.
Portugal is in the midst of political dissent. Unemployment is high. People are unhappy. The older generation that lived through the revolution ...
We arrived at Lisbon and went to some flea markets it was a bunch of little stores.
And walked around to get to know our surroundings.
The second day we went to the shopping centre, it was so much fun for the first time,because we got toys and McDonald's.
We only went to the shops because ...
Drove along a bit more of Algarve coast then hit the motorway for Lisbon. Found a free camp site on the bank of the river Tagus, looking towards the amazing 25de Abril bridge. Was designed by designers of the San Fransisco - Oakland Bay bridge but looks like Golden Gate Bridge and is spectacular anyway. Impressive huge statue of Christ the King overlooking the river - Rob thought we were in Rio! Lisbon is a big, spread out city, ...
... fish roe in oil, bread, and sliced sausage that tasted like prosciutto. The food court had modern decor and they served all the food on ceramic plates. It all seemed very upscale. The canned roe was awesome. But at 7 euro, it wasn't cheap. It was the World Cup final today. If Portugal or Brazil had made it this far, it would have been super atmospheric. But even without those two teams, the Portugese are still passionate ...