Hotel Olissippo Oriente
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... around. The local train and metro systems are cheap, clean and simple. The bus and tram routes allow you to see a large chunk of the city (including up the various hills) - and the airport is within the boundaries of the city itself making it very accessible indeed.
In short; Lisbon is easy to get around, full of things to do and see and definitely somewhere I could happily see myself returning to in the future. It was very very warm mind you (35+ degC)
... Dubai and Lisbon places as 10 out of 10! I think I need some harder critics!
We had a reasonably early start with walking the streets at 8.30am looking for a place to eat. We found a lovely cosy cafe with the Chows and Fongs being the only customers, and a waitress that did not speak any English! We got what we wanted with lots of sign language and the coffee was to die for! The children and adults were happy and ...
... roll of why it was built and who built it, but...well that's sorta boring. The only reason we found this church, at all, is because we were walking down the wrong street on our way to something else. I happened to catch the name of this place and was like ummm we need to walk into this joint.
Now of the past few years I have began to notice a trend in my travels. If I catch a train somewhere ...
... Sangrias and found a park overlooking the city where we ate pastries and wrapped ourselves in blankets provided by the cafe up there. We went into a gift shop- maybe we should buy a postcard or something to prove we were here? We made friends with the twenty-something-year-old working there. She drew us a map of the city and told us what we should do with our one full day in Lisbon. We love meeting new people. We love watching their reactions to how we ended up in ...
A quiet, small town that was easily traveled by walking. We walked along the city centre and were looking for the Castle of Sao Jorge, which took awhile longer than we thought. The castle lays on top of a hill that overlooks the town, a river and a bridge.
We ate dinner at a restaurant in a cluster with other restaurants. I had the grilled bass, which had much more bones than I wanted. The cheese and sangria was ...