Hotel Borges Chiado
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... our own. I told him about the secret restaurant next to the circus school yesterday so he looked it up on his phone and got directions. We ran into two Semester at Sea guys from Montreal named Tristan and Sam on the way. They are brothers and decided to join us. So, we found it with no problem and the food was amazing!! I ordered a cheeseburger with caramelized onions and the meat was so tender and delicious, I felt like crying of ...
... addition, as it was St George's Day, the choir, including Erica, sang a melody of English songs in the restaurant. They finished with Land of Hope and Glory and Rule Britannia. There was much flag waving and everybody seemed to enjoy themselves. Tomorrow, we are due to disembark at 9.30am. Our friend David is due to collect us a while later as it will take some time to leave the ship and collect all the luggage. We only have one more bag, ...
... me? The article mentions how the Colombian author Gabriel G. Marquez used to live above a brothel when he was young, and much of his interactions with the people of the brothel inspired him to write fiction. Where could I get my material? I love reading books about solo travel. Should I read more or just write more? I feel like I have an adventurous, exciting life, but for the past year I have yearned for something more. Maybe I'm just getting pickier. As I ...
... would quite literally be up **** creek. The reason I mention it is even from a tourist's perspective, when staying in San Sebastian but particularly Barcelona, they are passionately not Spanish, including speaking their own language. It wasn't like this a few years back but it's getting more predominant nowadays.
With that heavy prelude complete, here's the week that was:
-24 hours in SAN SEBASTIAN - 'Spain's culinary capital'
Our departure from France was ...
... helpful. Speaking only a broken handful of Portuguese phrases I found everyone eager to speak English and even more eager to show us around. One person even got angry and corrected another Portuguese person when they cut in front of us in line.
After our brief shopping trip we headed out to dinner. I kept laughing when I looked at the pair of us because in our new Portuguese clothes ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Borges Chiado Lisbon
This was the perfect location. A 2 min walk from the subway, tram and right in the heart of the action. I'd go back in a heart beat.
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