SANA Rex Hotel
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Dinner in 15 minutes, so a fast start to describe an amazing day. We got the hop-on etc bus, after a lovely entrance to the port of Lisbon. A grand parade along the coast and inlet, saw towns, bridges and statues. The bus trip showed off a city with style and class and real individuality. History, great modern architecture, colour, buzz, civilised. A devastating earthquake in the 17th century resulted in the careful re-planning and rebuilding of the city. Obviously prosperous too. ...
... had some awesome views of the 26 de Abril bridge that connected Lisbon to the other side of the river. It still is crazy to me how much this bridge resembles the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. We took a random route all the way down the hill until we hit the shoreline and walked it back to our neighborhood. It was a decent shoreline that had a running path and seemed to be a good amount of traffic on it for a Friday morning around 10:30. Since we knew ...
... you walk up two fights of steep stairs to the bag check where they rifle through every item in your bag and unwrap anything in it to check that it’s allowed and make you pour out any liquids in your water bottles. Finally you go through a metal detector and get patted down while somebody swipes your ID to put you back in the system as on the ship. What I’m trying to say is that you don’t bring your friends back on the ship if they can’t pass ...
... as tasty. We got some to take away and headed back to Lisbon. On the way we stopped off at a food and beer festival, had a couple of drinks and watched the river. That evening we played a few drinking games with everyone...one of the hostel workers joined in with us...we're still not sure if she was techniquely working or her shift had finished but hey, she got out a heap of sangria when the alcohol had finished and when we went out she took us to bars and secured us cheap ...
... and created lots of fires so the surviving people gathered to safety in the main square right on the water. But moments later, a huge tsunami killed them all. The way the streets in the main part of the city (just above the main square if you're looking at a map) were laid out looked as disorganized as spaghetti because it naturally developed that way. But right after the earthquake, the city planning started right away, adopting an organized ...