Dom Carlos Liberty Lisboa
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... VII was winding down as we watched a panoramic view of the park from our window table. The stands were in the process of being built since the day we arrived. So it was interesting to see the fait accompli. There were thousands of people spread across the lawns and pathways. Evidently the Portuguese equivalent of Frank Sinatra was to ...
... did not have toll to pay. She suggested that we maybe ok and nothing will happen or we will receive a bill in Australia for the toll road usage plus a fine. We will have to wait and see and take the free roads instead. (PS Please note that closer to Lisbon the toll roads have ticket booths when you enter and manned booths when you exit. If you have pre paid you go through the unmanned pre-paid lane.) Food in Portugal is generous and delicious, but there is a trick. In ...
The main photo is a picture of the view as I sit writing this tonight in the Portugese capital of Lisbon! I've got a little table and a velvet chair in front of the picture window that looks out on the tiled roofs of the city, and the sun setting over the river and bridge. There are cruise ships and ferries travelling up the river and people sitting sunning themselves at the Miradouro de Santa Catarina, right next to our hotel!!
We almost had our first ...
... run down areas where you could feel the poverty. We found the HOHO bus a great way to tour the city especially with the English commentary that was provided. One thing we were not aware of was that Portugal was neutral during the Second World War, for religious reasons. You can see how religion is very important to them with the number of churches in the city. We got off the bus in the Belem area and viewed some monuments to Vasco De Gama. There was beautiful ...
LISBON / PORTUGAL Yesterday we basically were just checking out Lisbon by foot and took took later in the day. Streets are very hard to follow in Lisbon and it's easy to get off track because the streets branch off left right and centre. We have had some great traditional Portuguese food, here it's cheaper to eat out than do your own shopping and cook yourself. So far in Lisbon there hasn't been a cloud in the sky, we ...