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 …
... awesome and after having dinner together we knew it was going to be a fun trip. Mostly girls again which is probably good for me as there is less pressure to get drunk every night. We were also very impressed with the accommodation as it was a four star hotel.
The following day we were shown around Madrid on a bus which was about as exciting as watching paint dry as we were told the names of all the buildings and who built them. Finally we ...
... Next we went outside to see some of the gardens. We actually were very hungry and thirsty at that point but we needed to meet back up with Frederico (he had given us 3 hours to see everything) and we were nearly out of time. We decided to make a loop down to the valley of the lakes and back up to the entrance. The gardens are wonderful and include species of plants and trees from all over the world; we even passed a sequoia tree. After going down a long hill to the lakes and ...
... welcomes the immigration of people from their former colonies, considering them to be Portuguese and granting them citizenship in most cases. This welcoming attitude goes along with other cultural traits.
Traditional cultural aspects of Portugal also includes the music fado (translated as ‘fate”), and the many culinary dishes made from codfish or bacalhau. One can go to many venues and see fado performed live. This type of music has ...
... that he could see the castle from the sea he stopped and said Ho-dee-ho to the Moors.
We walk the precipitous walls of the fort, which has all the historical flags of Portugal and the Moors flapping over the battlements. No visit to a Moorish castle is complete without a fez so I buy another in the gift shop; my third. Do I need a fez dealers licence now?
A fitting way to end a wonderful visit.