Hotel Dom Sancho I
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... relaxing, journaling, and watching young boys jump over us and into the rocky water. It was a perfect hot and recharging day. A day that was good for the soul. Our last night was spend chilling with three new friends from all over the world and talking til late into the night.
Overall, Lisbon was a beautiful coastal gem of a city with tons of character and history. It was a great city to spend a few days relaxing and exploring.
... that evening, I felt more jazzed. She's one of our favorite people in the world, and we had a great reunion over dinner in a moody converted sewing factory, followed by a beer on Lisbon's grandiose riverfront Praca do Comercio.
The next morning, we all caught a train to Sintra, the summer stomping grounds of Portuguese royalty and other well-heeled Lisboetas from the 15th to 19th centuries. It's a ...
Today we took tram #15 to Belem District. Belem is 3 miles west of downtown. It was the send-off point for sea explorers in the Age of Discovery, and the buildings here survived the 1755 earthquake. We visited the the Monument to the Discoveries, Belem Tower, and the Monastery of Jeronimos. All ate examples of Manueline architecture (after King Manuel I) - decorative, embellished with elaborate carved stonework. Monument ...
... the house and the exhibition on the architect. Coincidentally that night back in Lisbon there was a festival around the corner to celebrate the beginning of June with live music and food trucks (although not quite as good as food trucks back home).
The following morning we got lost in the steps and hills of Lisbon trying to find the ...
... lining the roads.
If you're not convinced, then perhaps you live in somewhere even cooler (if so, can I stay with you forever?), or perhaps you have no soul. Either way, everyone should take a trip to Portugal and decide for themselves!
I'm off to Seville & Cordoba in the morning, so I'll blog more after the weekend. I do go to school sometimes, I swear.. but at any rate, OBRIGADA for reading this whole novel!!!