Lisbon Serviced Apartments - Marques De Pombal
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... imposing and awe inspiring at the same time. It is huge and the high roof is quite amazing. It is still being used for Masses but especially for weddings.
The next stop was the seaside town of Nazare, reminiscent of Surfer's Paradise or Santorini. The wide beach of almost white sand against the blue sky and houses sitting precariously on the edge of clifftop overhangs gave the immediate feeling of a holiday town - which is what this place ...
... slightly different tactics and surprised when the robot won. All kinds of things were going on. TV crews, ford tents, play station competitions, photos, soccer games, kick offs...and more. HUGE event and this was just the very beginning.
Next we decided to walk to a museum at the top of the city.... It's a very hilly city. So many people trying to sell Jason drugs. He must look they type. Police with huge guns were patrolling ...
... going back after the sun had set and once home it was around 9pm. We took a nap again till midnight. I did not want to go out at all but Lauren convinced me that I would regret it and that things didn’t get good anyway until around midnight. We headed towards Barrio Alto. The nightlife in Madrid is really different. First of all I think drinking in the streets is legal because the bars were absolutely tiny and people mostly just ...
... up a gentle incline the entire way. We took turns toting the case of six 1.5 liter water bottles, feeling less than inconspicuous as we labored across the swank hotel lobby towards the elevator.
Internet and technology were also challenging us this evening. We have both purchased new Microsoft Surface tablets. We're still sorting through the process of getting connected, various demands for passwords, and other security-measure hoop ...
... up a useless, expensive tourist elevator to a viewing platform. We found out afterwards that we could have walked up there around the back, skipped the line, and saved 5 Euro. Fail! The next day we went out to the beach in ???. We spent most of the day out there and slowly realized a lot of the people around us were topless. Once we got back into Lisbon we had this stupid idea to rush trying to go to the aquarium. This was a failure from the start. It took us ...