Internacional Design Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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... feeling a hell of a lot better about life. I'll save that for the next entry though.
I think overall, what I'm most disappointed about through all of this is that I let myself get swept up with the crowd rather than be true to what I want and the reasons why I'm travelling. A lot of people come to a place like Madrid to party. If you're not there so much for the party, it can be kind of isolating. Still, that's no reason to give in. Ah well. Lesson learned. I hope.
... 4 "pubs" (small holes in the wall where the 30 of us stood on the street because we couldn't fit inside) and then we finally ended up at a club. I was exhausted by this stage but had a little dance then made my way home. The others thought it was hilarious when I got Garratt's compass out to work out which way to go. We finally arrived back at 4am, and there were still so many people on the streets. As I was still on nepal time (8am), needless to say I crashed pretty ...
... the street life is so interesting, much of it continuing the same way as it has for centuries.
The next day we hopped on a tram and explored Belem. It is one of Lisbon’s most popular suburbs. It has a rich maritime history, attractive riverside location and a slew of good attractions. Heather and I focused on the Mosterio dos Jeronimos. This was a cathedral and tower built in the late 1400’s to honour the safe return of ...