Hotel do Chiado
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... and Bungalows Turiscampo at Praia do Luz. This is a really nice friendly campground with great facilities. It was a good base to visit the historic old town of Lagos Lagos is known for it being the historical centre for the Portuguese Age of Discovery. Henry the Navigator/Infante d. Henrique, the Portuguese Patron of Exploration, (1394 – 1460) used Lagos, frequently, as his home and set up his nautical (navigational and cartography) school in the nearby town ...
The original plan was to stay in Lisbon from Tuesday evening to Thursday afternoon, spend a day and a half in Coimbra, then head up to Porto on Friday evening until Sunday. However, I didn't count on falling in love with Lisbon. That resulted in me cancelling Coimbra (where I was meant to meet my friend Anna - we eventually met in Porto), and staying in Lisbon until Saturday afternoon, when i caught the train to Porto.
I had been trying ...
... the traffic jam to a small square where the youngsters danced and raced quad bikes around a sculpture of Vasco de Gama, (the famous Portuguese explorer) chanting ‘’championes, championes’’ and swept along by the crowd (well if you can’t beat em) we enjoyed the atmosphere. A football result stopped us from remembering Beja for more than being just plain dull.
We left Beja and travelled west through Portugal’s ...
... out of the many things we learned in the Observatorio Politico, many of the guest speakers made emphasis in one thing: the fact that the Portuguese are so apathetic towards change that the voting turnout in Portugal for any type of elections is usually between 40% of people. This is a very low percentage, meaning that 60% of people able to vote abstain from doing so. The reason for this is that the Portuguese do not want change, so as long as the political head figure ...
... from the 15th through to the 21st centuries.
We were getting hungry again as it was about 2pm so we decided to get the bus to where they had Expo 98. Custom built area that was apparently old abandoned factories prior but now has a shopping mall, cable car, hotel, casino and lots of restaurants. We had our picnic of preserved fish, bread rolls and a couple of beers then decided to get the metro back. Change of trains and we’re back in ...