Ibis Lisboa Liberdade
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... airport turns out to be about the easiest international airport to escape from in the world. You just walk out the front door, across the parking lot and… voila! You’re in the city! Tickled by my easy escape, I just keep walking to see what I’ll find.
Last time I parkbenched Portugal was almost 3 years ago—and I’ve been itching to get back here and discover more ever since. Obviously in 8 hours I’m not going ...
... da Pena. The bus drops us off at the gates of Palacio da Pena which is a 20 minute steep walk to the entrance! The palace is a bizarre folly with an interesting mixture of architectural styles. It does have stunning views from every angle. A welcome coffee before making our way back down to the bus stop. The bus driver drives down the narrow winding road at breakneck speed! Must be his last trip ...
... you can automate. By automating wine tasting rooms, you lose that host personal touch that comes with a proper wine tasting experience.
* Thanks for finally showing us how to apply the oil and vinegar to our Portuguese cuisine. Yummy.
* Couldn't find a toilet to save our lives. I hope you don't mind that I ****** in your streets!
* You're cute when you try and rip off tourists, but it's entirely sad and disturbing that you think it's perfectly OK to do ...
... is breathtaking. We went to the port wine cellars and tasted some good vinho, went to the nearby beach and visited the contemporary art museum. My host also owned two bars and let me sing in one of them, it was really cool.
Aveiro was a really special time, because i felt like I had a nice group of friends. We spent the days wandering around to the various Pastelarias, window-shopping and drinking lots of cafe and cervejas. I stayed with ...
... out at the fabulous view point just past the 17th century Igreja de Sāo Vincente de Fora.