Hotel Ibis Lisboa Jose Malhoa
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... with wide boulevards and mansions with beautiful gardens. It's not too long and I reach the airport--one of the most accessible for pedestrians that I've been to...
0890. Another Airport Escape (Portugal 011, 11A-037)
Sacavem, January 7, 2011
Day 407: 4 Hours, 10.1 kms
… and then… yet another airport escape on foot! I have an 8 hour layover in the real Portugal, and I’m not going to waste a minute of it.
... old town is touristy but pretty, white telephone box catches my eye. After a sandwich lunch we take the hop on, hop off bus takes us up to the Castelo dos Mouros, huge sprawling ruined moorish castle that dominates the skyline of Sintra. The views from the ramparts are spectacular and suck you into climbing lots of steps to see more. At the top there is a great view across to our next ...
... a tourist trolley, you can be there waiting for more than an hour. Here's an idea: Increase the number of trolleys!
* I really hate your cobblestone streets. They aren't the nice big cobblestones; they are the horrible, little cobblestones that hurt your feet, twist your ankles and destroy your roll bags (luggage). Try paving your roads.
* Holy ****, get some street signs!
* Next to Nicaragua and Fiji, Lisbon is the hottest place on Earth.
* There is only ...
... small) town. Our host is also a part time DJ so he took us to the nightclub where he plays, where we met 3 really nice portugese girls. The next day we went to the portugese national park that actually goes into northern spain, called "GerÍs", which is just painstakingly BEAUTIFUL.
Porto is just south of Braga, and was one of, if not my favourite, portugese city that I have seen. Its a village based on a hill, and by the river the view, at ...
... and immediately boarded the next tram for the entire route. It took about 45 minutes and passed numerous historic buildings and sights. We stayed on until the end of the route and walked back to the Campo de Ourique Market where we enjoyed a tasty lunch at one of the restaurants before getting back on the tram. This time, we spotted two very suspicious characters. They checked out every passenger from top to bottom and their whole demeanor was suspect. ...