HF Fenix Urban
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... number of Atheists/Agnostics/non-religious people was growing slowly. I expected the religious makeup of the United States to differ quite a bit from the Portuguese based on the fact that the United States is a much more advanced country. However, when I looked up the religious makeup of the United States I was very surprised to see that they are similar. 76% of the United States identifies as Christian while 15% identify as Atheists/Agnostics/non-religious.
... though we’ve questioned our sanity at times and missed everyone, we know we’d have been mad not to.
So all that’s left is to say thanks for following our trip, we can’t believe that practically a year has gone by so soon and it’s been great sharing it with you. Your comments made us smile and cheered us up when things went wrong and we’re looking forward to catching up with you all back home.
See you soon the Burkey’s ...
... room temperature. It now holds a place of honour in our kitchen, like a special cake sitting out so that everyone can see it and wonder, "when are we going to eat that?"
After the market we went for lunch. Six hundred and eighty two steps later, we arrived to a small family run restaurant recommended in the Eye Witness guide (TopTen). It was 1:15 and we were again the first ones there. This is when Tony said he was going to try "bacalhau" which is salted cod, ...
Okay, I knew it existed and I for the most part take advantage of the metro systems when I visit European cities but the first day I used my 60 year old feet. Last night I did not sleep well fro my sore feet and cramps in my legs. Today I bought a day pass good for 24 hours on any public bus, tram, subway, elevator ( yes, will explain later) and furnicular.
I went back to the city ...
... blue mood lighting in the bathroom and it was one of the cleanest hostels I've stayed in for a long time. Highly recommended. They have a great chill out room where you can meet fellow travelers.
A quick three or four minute walk up the brutal hill again, you come to a look out point which gives an amazing view of the city. You can just see the water in the distance and the entire city's rooftops. A must see picture perfect moment. I was walking to find the famous Barrios ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHF Fenix Urban Lisbon
Great location. Easy walk to city. Park nearby and restaurants handy. Good comfortable rooms. Although our aircon was ineffective. Thankfully the weather was not too warm. Excellent breakfast included in rate. Staff very good and speak excellent English. €67 incl bfast.
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