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... someone insisting on doing their laundry during a house fire but because Lisbon was such a strategic hub the place was fair riddled with spies. A shame we had missed the weekly Spy Tour – I liked the idea of tales about mysterious folk sitting around in cafes watching the world. We tried a bit of that ourselves on the sun warmed terrace of a splendid rooftop eatery called Le Chat while we waited for the Art Gallery to open. They managed to get themselves out of bed ...
... was wearing jeans and I got soaked up to my knees.
Every body was laughing, and so was I. It was really funny except for when I got an egg on my head from doing that.
And the underground tunnels were really dark, so dark that we had to use my dads flash light to see properly.
It was really fun looking at this palace I liked it.
... queen bed with ensuite, and it's awesome! I found this place in a Luxury Hostel e-book...and it's living up to expectations too :-) (plus it was cheap haha).
We chilled out for a little bit, and then we decided to grab some food. Lucky when you stay at a hostel, they give you a list of great restaurants to try...that are cheap and great food! So we make our way to one of them.
Lisbon is ...
After a leisurely breakfast, we walked out the front door of our hostel and onto a train waiting there for the town of Sintra. It has a magical hilltop palace built by a very romantic prince. There's a lot of photos here but we narrowed it down to just 15 and could have included 50!
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... sections, down alleyways and having run out of city I made it clear to the bay! I sat along the water and watched some sail boats go by for a while. I was quite near a square where they were serving beer and playing music so I felt safe, but I could tell that this was not a nice part of town. As I was later to discover the port in Lisbon is part of the history of Portugal. It's here that the rough sailors became musicians and ...