Tryp Lisboa Oriente
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... erected to express gratitude because the Portuguese were spared the effects of World War II.
The Belem Tower was commissioned to be part of a defense system, and a ceremonial gateway to Lisbon, built in the early 16th century. It is a prominent example of the Portuguese Manueline style of architecture.
The Jeronimos Monastery is the most impressive symbol of Portugal's power and wealth during the Age ...
June 14, 2014- Day 29
Today was the day I said good bye
to my beloved Madrid. This morning Tamar woke me up around 9- such a gem-
before she went for her run. I decided to take my time to get ready and have
breakfast. Abuela gave me a coles notes version of how to make croquetas and im
excited to try everything out when I get home. I did some final packing and
just relaxed in the apartment for most of the morning. For lunch I took some
... me? The article mentions how the Colombian author Gabriel G. Marquez used to live above a brothel when he was young, and much of his interactions with the people of the brothel inspired him to write fiction. Where could I get my material? I love reading books about solo travel. Should I read more or just write more? I feel like I have an adventurous, exciting life, but for the past year I have yearned for something more. Maybe I'm just getting pickier. As I ...
... sun went down was very cold. Cant complain though because it had been such a sunny warm day. Upside was the toilet next to the restaurant. Named the sexiest WC in the world, I had to go in and check it out (cost 1 euro for the pleasure), was very cool. Rolls and rolls of coloured toilet paper hung on the walls and you picked the colour you wanted and tore some off to take in with you. Turns out the people who own/run the toilet are a ...
... burn off our morning tart we walked back into old Lisbon and nearly wore our feet out!
That was our big touristy day - on the others we picked out one thing to visit - and one day we simply wandered up by the Music School (equivalent of our College of the Arts or Con at Melb Uni) and sat and listened to Uni student age kids practicing for hours - with the architecture around us and the scales wafting over us on the warm breeze it was ...