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... br> I have also found that the city is not all that hard to navigate. The first day, in between getting the map and finding the tourist bureau, I struggled to figure out what the street names were. Sure, I had the names of streets on the map, but I couldn´t for the life of me figure out what street I was on (a problem when trying to navigate), until I looked closer and realized the street names are engraved on the corner buildings at an intersection ...
... Cascais soon became a very fashionable town
and aristocratic palaces and mansions followed, thus the name "Coast of
Hans and I really enjoyed our time in Cascais, as it is a
typical seaside resort with Belem, Lisbon and Sintra easily accessible,
plus its restaurants boast good wine and seafood dishes and traditional
... isso, somado a uma greve de comboios (trens) em Portugal, ficamos sem visitar Porto, mas que seja motivo para um retorno a "terrinha" o mais rapido possivel, porque AMAMOS verdadeiramente este lugar idilico... tao parecido e ao mesmo tempo tao diferente do nosso Brasil.
Contaremos mais sobre Lisboa no proximo post, porque agora temos que sair, para comprar as passagens para Madrid!
... fortress atop the forested hill, its stone walls contouring around giant boulders with views down to the ocean in one direction and the city of Lisbon in the other. One could also see the multi-colored fairy-tale palace of Pena on a separate hilltop, and the old town of Sintra below. This would be a heck of a fine place to hold a weekend rave.
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... was awesome and the service perfect, life was good. After a most enjoyable but very tiring night out in boiling Lisboa, which we made Linda's formal birthday dinner night, to explain the splurge, we took a taxi up the hill. As we were not about to climb up after the wine and dine. Back at the hotel we enjoyed the night on the balcony, with a glass of some nice port wine. What shall we do tomorrow.. I have an ...