Hotel Real Oeiras
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the number 28 Tram which is apparently worth riding on is packed, so we pass.
By late afternoon the city is packed with marathon runners. It seems there is a marathon race on this evening, there are 10,000 runners.
Well by now we have seen enough today so its home time for tea.
The Lisbon airport is fairly close to the city which makes it easy to get to and from, but the noise woke me this morning. There were a lot of early ...
... on the bank of the Tagus river in the Belem area, which celebrates the Portuguese Age of Discovery during the 15th and 16th centuries. Cut off from the rest of Europe by their sometimes hostile neighbors, the Portuguese turned to their only other frontier, the sea, claiming territories in Africa, South America, the Orient, and India.
I was surprised to find that Portugal also has a Christ the Redeemer statue, ...
... might do a show for the ship! On the bus, I sat next to two girls named Madeline, who are inseparable. They call each other “my other half.” The blonde Madeline is in three of my classes. She’s a good photographer. I also sat next to a lifelong learner named Kay, who gave me her ticket tomorrow night to hear Fado music, the Portuguese version of Cabaret (dinner & a show). Fado music’s essence is what the ...
... by a rocks and muddy water. After an exhausting day, it was time for a late lunch at another middle-eastern restaurant. I enjoyed a lamb kebob at a table I shared with 3 other young Portuguese men. Again, it was strange for me to eat so close to them, but it's normal to share such close quarters with people here. It wasn't even the tourist season and I felt as if I had to fight for a space!
Before heading back to the City, I realized that I still ...
Big City + Oliphant boy = outside comfort zone, right?
Nah! Lisbon is a FANTASTIC PLACE!
We arrived on Friday and I think this is my first moment not either moving or sleeping.
Took a taxi in to the Alfama to meet up with our Airbnb Host Nuno and check out his place.'The Last Floor On Remedios Street' as it's named on the Airbnb website. If I haven't told you before about Airbnb and you like to travel and get some local knowledge (alright, and ...