Hotel do Sado Business & Nature
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... here in Portugal, so I decide to make an exception. It turns out he’s a Ukranian who doesn’t speak Portuguese very well… We still manage to communicate a bit… then I head on my way… I wander to the north side of town to an even livelier Brazilian neighbourhood and then back to the bus station. Overall, I’ve enjoyed this cheerfully unpretentious working class ...
... and fountain and statue. Saw Rossio train station, Aljento Hotel, oldest hotel in Lisbon and art nouveau theatre. Walked to edge of Park and saw obelisk honoring independence of Portugal from Spain. Had a Serge lager beer and sangria on outdoor patio with music. Back ...
... also want to prepare our hearts and minds for the journey ahead. One question we ask is: "What is the difference between a 'tourist' and a pilgrim?" I think there are many possible answers to this question and my thinking about this has evolved somewhat over the last couple of years. For one thing, a tourist usually has a list of things to see and do, the "sights" are the reason for the trip. A pilgrim ...
... our second day in Bracelona, we went down a street called The Rambler and also that night we went to a Flamenco show. The Rambler is a famous street in Barcelona that links there main city Square to the beach. The reason it is famous is because it also holds many shops and at one point a market. For most of the day we wondered down the rambler and when we reached the harbour/ beach we went for a walk along ...
... disappeared overnight, the social elite remained removed from the burden of what the rest of society had to bear. This perpetual stark separation of society is where is where I began and hope to conclude an idea of how this mentality will remain into the future for Portuguese culture.
My story begins one evening in an oyster bar in an ordinary square in Lisbon. I thought I'd try out a different place that seemed more modern and ...