Hotel Lisboa Tejo
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Tomorrow we start home from our journey. It has been an incredible time and we really enjoyed ending our trip in Lisboa. We were surprised to know Lisbon does not sit on the ocean, but on a river. The river is wide (and deep) enough to support the shipping business, for which the city is famous. We saw many cruise ships enter and leave port. The …
... trip to mine. The world isn't so big after all. From Lisbon I went on a day adventure with 2 girls from my hostel. We went to the Quinta da Regaleira which was a beautiful palace with amazing gardens. This was no ordinary palace though, the gardens were designed with lots of hidden passageways and secrets. So the bottom of the 27 level well connected to the waterfall. The bottom of the church connected with the gardens below through a secret passageway. It was ...
... as there was some kind of official visit going on the the monastery (it is one of the main locations for heads of state from abroad to visit when in Lisbon). So we waited. Finally they let us out of the tram and we made a beeline to the entrance of the monastery. The line attendants seemed somewhat out of sorts from the official visit, and took quite a bit of time to set up the entrance for visitors. While waiting, we were able to enjoy the facade of the ...
... from the local Wal Mart. I was fine just where I was, though.
I stood in line for five minutes at "Pasteis de Belem" for their famous €1. 05 custard pies. The place was packed with tourists like me. I grabbed a bag of the pies, then scooted over to the calmer Starbucks next door. I took over a small table with an ashtray on it, and shivered every time the clouds decided to block the sun. I sprinkled some packaged cinnamon and powdered sugar onto ...
... the sea where it has stood for almost 500 years. In Greece the ancient sites were generally much older, but were mostly - ruins. Here these ancient monoliths still stand and for the most part you can climb on and walk all through them, quite a treat.
We walk back past the monastery and look for the bus stop - the only thing we won't ride on today I guess will be the ferry. Eventually we crowd on the bus to head back towards the Baixo where it is our intent ...