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... my parents were resting I took a walk and found a huge shopping mall with mostly American stores! We have a cocktail reception and our farewell dinner starting at 6:30. I feel like I should end this with a profound statement of some sort but I'm out of time and ...
... Then Marime Museum showing models of Portuguese ships from the past used for exploration, war and fishing. Lunch at outdoor cafe by the maritime museum. We ate spinach and cheese quiche, vegetable samosas, tomatoes and cheese slices.
We then walked thro a large riverside park with large water fountain to Monument ...
Once again and I woke up before everyone else this morning (we are the early risers of the group). After showering and eating breakfast, we crept quietly out of the apartment and walked to Rossio Square. During our walk yesterday we learned that the train to the UNESCO town of Sintra left from a station about 20 minutes from here. Catching the train was easy and we enjoyed the 35 minute trip to Sintra. We arrived around 9:45, which ...
... in the dark. My companion was hungry and we were searching for a restaurant listed in the Rick Steve's guidebook. Santa Antonio de Alfama. Just when things looked unsuccessful and companion really needed to eat, tantrum imminent -found it! There is no outdoor signage so I'm still not certain how I did it but karma probably had something to do with it. Once inside the walls are covered with the signed photos of hundreds of notables. I sat with Frank Sinatra, Sophia Loren, ...
All joking aside, I have to admit that I was impressed by Lisbon’s transportation system, with its numerous quirks and unique features. Admittedly I did not use much of the metro rail while in Lisbon, possibly only riding it once when our group decided to use it, but it seemed as though it was a useful and clean train system. More impressively, however, Lisbon is home to a few funiculars, one of which was right next to our hostel. Had I known ...