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Most of our friends knew that we had travelled to all 7 continents and 70 plus countries. Our goal is to reach 100 countries in our life time. Portugal being one of our "new" countries made this trip especially exciting. We were told that major portion of Lisbon was destroyed in the big 1756 earthquake and the following tsunami and fire. The …
... and benefits. This system of charity provided by the church and the elite probably worked tolerably well through the 1920s, as long as Portugal remained a rural and Roman Catholic society. But urbanization, secularism, and large-scale impersonal organizations rendered the old system inadequate.
Salazar came about with a cooperative system but was not significantly better than the system of the church and did not provide for all spaces of society ...
We walked around the shopping area close to our property which we have been avoiding from Day I. We bought some gifts, postcards and picked a small cafe to have some brunch. Hot soup and cold beer sounds weird but my favorite!
We packed our bags, cleaned up the room and checked out from the house. Just like check in, check out has been a breeze too. We drove from there to grab some ...
... rope poets. In the Largo do Chiado there's a place called Brazileria which is where the famous people hangout, often they are there writing and reading scripts, in past years this was a popular place for writers to come and brainstorm and the restaurant has been there for decades. In Portugal they don´t have poperitsi (?) so they don´t need to worry about getting mobbed by cameras. Just down the block is a place called Bertrands which is ...
... around the square. The next day we went to the Anne frank house and walked around the city. We had an awesome lunch at a place called las place, which was like a huge gourmet buffet. We had to say see you later to Chris the day after so we went back to go out in the red light district with the Aussies we met at the hostel. Chris left the next day and we went for a spot of shopping. We had one quiet night before our lunch time bus to ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHf Fenix Garden Lisbon
This hotel was well priced, clean and near everything. Across the street was the hop on and off tour bus. The front desk was helpful and breakfast was included. I would recommend this hotel to anyone looking for a safe, clean place to stay.
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