Internacional Design Hotel
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In Lisbon you have to climb mountains. There are seven hills. It is a deep River valley so most districts are in the hills surrounding. Today we went to the Castle in the Alfama district, I think the highest region of the city. Built in the 1100's by the Moors. It has always been a prominent landmark. From the ramparts one can see much of the city …
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... find a table hopefully selecting a spot where your travel companions would be with you.The Order of St. Jerome (Hieronymites) had a secret pastry that they made for themselves. Following the 1934 disbandment of all religious orders the monks decided to sell their pastry to the public. So we were treated to the cream custard tart known as pasties de nata.
We then followed our guide into the Church of St. Jerome. Buried here ...
... April Bridge (based on the Golden Gate Bridge of San Francisco), past the marina, fancy restaurants and to the harbour. At times the 8km walk felt a little deserted and uncomfortable and we wondered if we doing the right thing as we watched the odd drug deal take place in abandoned warehouse car parks. Comfort was brought by noticing the amount of single joggers and exercisers both men and women that would pass us by so we kept on our path. Eventually we arrived at ...
... station along the river. I had read that there were some lockers that you could store luggage at so we took full advantage so we didn't have to carry three back packs around all day, by this point we decided to pack my bag for checking and used the third backpack as our carry on. There is a train that heads along the coast out to Cascais, which is about 40 minutes west of Lisbon. In the summer time it's a big weekend getaway for people of ...