Hotel Gat Rossio
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Lisbon was our second stop in Portugal and a much bigger city than Porto. We arrived by train which took about 3hrs from Porto. The train was fairly bumpy and swayed a lot so we were both quite happy to finally arrive and step into the fresh air. By the time we arrived and checked into our hotel in the Rossio area it was late afternoon. We set out …
... saw large numbers of wind turbines. These were huge monstrosities but whilst they might have been a blight on the landscape (which, really, they weren't if you looked at them with an open mind), it was an obvious sign that Portugal takes its sourcing and using of alternative fuels seriously. Good on them, I say.
Later on today, we leave Portugal for Spain. On to our next adventure.
Moce mada and love to you all.
[This contribution: Bob]
... meals we’ve had on shore, the one in Lisbon was mediocre. I had a fried squid salad, while Mum had a fish skewer thing with salad. The actual food was ok (not great), but what put a bad taste in our mouth were the additional charges that suddenly appeared on the bill. Even though we didn’t eat the little tubs of pate and butter, we were still charged for the privilege of having them on the table. We’re used to be being charged for ...
... of orchids) is something to behold, and the staff really goes out of the way to accommodate you.
Because of the great weather we took an afternoon walk (downhill) to the center of town and the river-Lots of ornately designed cobble stone streets, some decorated like ocean waves which make some people seasick if they gaze at them too long. Sunday is taken seriously ...
... we settled in. She baked us bread and cooked us sausage as we spent our first two hours in the city looking for a way home. The irony: the least expensive and most convenient way home is to fly back to Paris the next day.
We have 24 hours in this city. From sunset to sunset, the city was ours. We discover after 6 hours that we are in a different time zone. Elated, we don't know what to do with this extra hour we discovered that we had! We went on a ...