Hotel Ibis Lisboa Jose Malhoa
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... having lunch and he said that if the Roosters they were dining on did not get up to sing and dance before his execution time, he was guilty. And sure enough, the Roosters did just that.
Anyway, the next stop we went to was the Tower of Belém right on the water, built in 1515 and completed in 1519. If enemies tried to approach the city of Lisbon, the guards would be waiting in that fortress, ready to attack. My favorite ...
... navigators and colonizers were engraved on its sides and facing toward the river, and this white stone monument reminded me immediately of the monument to the white men in San Antonio who "defended" the Alamo from the Mexicans...even though the land originally belonged to Mexico in the first place. I photographed it despite its imperialistic overtones. The Portuguese were master navigators more so than colonizers, I thought. Never mind, they still had colonies ...
Ended Friday evening with a few obligatory card games of 500. Saturday morning and as intended we got up 'bright and early' for our day out into Lisbon. OK we left at 10:00am alright!
We took ages over trying to decipher route maps of train, buses, sight-seeing buses and metro to work out how best to get around the city. We didn’t get lost but not sure if we always went the best way.
... invasions throughout history the language had adopted the Shh sounded from the French and the Al starts to words from the Arabics.
Following the tour we decided to take the guides advice and find a small restaurant to enjoy local food along a particular strip. After a little difficulty sending ourselves in the right direction we found a place to eat, ordering 3 different dishes to share. Thank god we did, one came out ...
... berth rather than the $20 for two seats in with the ferals.
-37 hours in LISBON, Portugal - 'the more you look, the more you see'.
Off the train, backpacks down, out the door within 5 minutes to join up with a group of Lisboeta friends showing tourists around their city. It's a strange city. It doesn't quite 'fit' together. A mismatch of architecture, from Phoenician to medieval, Greek to Roman but mostly Arab influenced. Arabs love their tiles as the exterior of ...