Evidencia Astoria Creative Hotel
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Nice place, well located, not very good on after-hours service but otherwise good value for money
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... these people don't know that I'm a future pilgrim! I'll just walk. 6 miles later, I was tired and hurting from my pack and I'm sure that added to my original view of Lisbon, which was not entirely positive. I got a bed and took a shower then headed out to walk around. In the main tourist area by my hostel, tourists flooded the streets coming in and out of identical clothing, souvenir and ceramic stores lining the streets. I found that I couldn't walk ...
... a place that was on a street lined with outdoor restaurants called A Lota, which turned out be very a whole Lota mediocre food! But there was a full moon rising so after dinner we took the funicular up to the miradouro to admire the views.
On Sunday (8/10) our plan was to explore the Belem area of Lisbon. It is about 6km down the Lisbon waterfront and we started off walking because it was a gorgeous sunny day with a nice cool breeze, but I wanted to save my walking ...
... all the blessings that the modern world has provided for them and you can tell by their way of being. In addition, the same disappointment has happened with their soccer teams. For one, the Portuguese national team has never won a trophy in any international tournament. Finally when they had a chance to do so in the 2004 EuroCup final, IN LISBON, they failed against a surprising Greek team. Can it get worse? Maybe ...
... pictures (aerial) of the palace sitting on the top of the mountain and painted in hues of yellow, orange and rust…..really, really pretty. Inside, I was especially taken with the early version of a shower tub!
... what can buy, rightly so.
The lunch people spoke English, were warm and the place was extraordinary. We walked most of the afternoon around these streets, completing our supplies, until we retreated and rested, siesta.
Early evening, we went out not ready to settle, despite tiredness. Out into a night teeming with people using the dusk, meeting up, cruising or returning from work. We walked to the view and then into the Barrio, tables set, people settling ...