Hotel Dom Sancho I
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... heard and watched so much about this "National Dish" of Portugal, I am determined to have a good taste of it this time. For my first dinner, I order Bacalhau done in the "house specialty". Every restaurant in Portugal has a Bacalhau dish done in their own way. It is never the same. This one was seasoned very lightly ad grilled very tenderly. The meat was white and firm and it is unimaginable that it was not fresh fish! I have never tasted "salted fish" in this form. ...
... taking a bus to the Castle of the Moors. It was quite a walk from the entry point to the castle walls and a lot of stair climbing but well worth the effort for some amazing views of the surrounding hillside and town below. It is amazing that something dating back to the 13th century has been so well preserved and cared for over the years and that you are still allowed to scramble your way up the stone steps and around the walls. Despite not being the ...
... palm reading.
Kyle: Lisbon is really pretty, awesome weather for sure. The subway is really easy to navigate, there are only four lines that will take you just about anywhere. It might take the average Joe a while to find their way around the city, but I'm sure it's not a bad place to get lost on purpose in. Finally, the people in Lisbon are really cool, just about all of them speak really excellent English too.
(except gypsies -says louisa)
Said goodbye to the ocean today. Sad to be leaving, but time to move on. I'll miss my daily sinus rinse - if you suffer from sinusitis as I do, you'll understand the value of the salt water as a giant netti pot.
I reached my PO factor today. We set the GPS up to take us directly to our hotel - Mundial - in the heart of central Lisboa. After many wrong turns and a dead end at the top of a hill that was a rather harrowing climb in these narrow streets (I'm sure my ...
Lisbon was beautiful. We stayed in a very central hostel in the middle of all the nightlife and were surprised to see so many people on the streets at 1am on a Sunday night when we arrived. We did a Segway tour through Alfalma, the old part of town which didnt get destroyed by an earthquake and it was the best 35 euro I've ever spent. So amazing ...