DoubleTree By Hilton Lisbon - Fontana Park Hotel
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... who had the square completely surrounded, so that was interesting.
On the way back we had our first experience with the African drug sellers. A random big guy in a lane way just walked over and asked if we wanted to buy any drugs, we said Non, and he said "yes, you do, you want some" but thank God once we said Non again, he left us alone. We kept walking and had our happy hour drinks at the Miradouro, or lookout, and decided we couldn't ...
... to as the sister bridge to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco as it was built by an American company that was experienced in building bridges to withstand earthquakes. Lisbon experienced a devastating earthquake on Nov. 1, 1755 that resulted in aftershocks and 3 tsunamis that wiped out the harbour area, caused devastating fires, sank ships and killed thousands ...
... view of the zoo which is actually quite hilly in places. The "ride" was a stand-up cage which comes up to your waist and hangs from the cable wire. It slowly makes its way round the park as you try desperately not to fall out or drop anything from it. Nuts, but fun.
Overall the zoo gets an A-, certainly one of the best I've been to and plenty to keep young and old alive content for the day.
... Basically a tart with a phillo dough-like shell filled with egg custard and preferably served warm. To die for! The recipe supposedly came from the monks in the monastery and remains unchanged from at least the 18th century. The most famous bakery is located near the church and makes an average of 15,000 tarts a day, 27,000 on weekends. I fondly remember them from our previous visit to Lisbon.
We were supposed to have taken a private walking tour of Old Town ...
... and I broke off and saw the main square near the decided to visit Belen, a 20-minute trolley ride away from downtown. There, we visited the World Heritage Site of the Monastery of the Hieronymites and Belem Tower. We had a fantastic time sightseeing, having ice cream, walking the boardwalk, and in general just exploring the city. We then took the trolley back to the downtown center, looked around the main squares more, ...