Hotel Alif Avenidas
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... I’m in another town….
0119 One more Lisbon suburb (Por 008, 08A -032)
Cova da Piedade, February 27, 2008
Day 088: 2 hours, 3.8 kms
Cova da Piedade does have a little bit of character of its own—but not a whole lot. It has a park where all the retired guys get together to play cards, dominoes etc… a cheery sight…
I take a clip there in the park and head on back to Almada, and from there back to ...
A clear blue sky so early start we are on the 09.38 to Sintra, a town in the mountains with palaces and castles. The journey from Rossio to Sintra takes 45mins and we have coffee and cake for late breakfast sitting outside in the town centre. The cake, a Sintra special is custard wrapped in sweet flaky pastry, delicious. We make for the Palacio Nacional, with its distinctive two tall white ...
... loadable transportation cards, so we didn't have to purchase more.
Jonathan, Salim and the other international tourists we met in Lisbon we all very cool.
When a city is absolutely overrun with tourists on a constant basis as Lisbon is, you can expect that the people would be tired of tourists, and polite, but not so friendly. This puts the burden on us tourists to be super nice to the residents of a host city in order to offset the regular **** they deal ...
Ola meus amigos!
Sorry I haven't really kept up with posts. Its been crazy, to say the least, and access to a proper computer has been at best limited. Here is my last, final post of the summer. I'll give you a run down of my favourite aspects of Portugal, as I traveled throughout the northern section of this wonderful country, but in a very different way than the rest of my trip: COUCHSURFING.
Couchsurfing is an idea that I was at first uncomfortable ...
... 0px; white-space: normal; font-size-adjust: none; font-stretch: normal; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255); -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px;">We stopped at tourist info and had them give us a few pointers as to how to tackle our sights. They suggested we'd take Tram 28 first. "just be very careful with your belongings because that tram is known for the pickpockets." We boarded the adorable yellow creaky old one-car Tram 28 just before the big climb ...