Tryp Lisboa Oriente
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... have the stability and the resources to begin their implementation.
Many of the people I had the pleasure to speak with were born into the generation that began experiencing all the great effects of this welfare spending in the late 80's. From medical benefits, housing, education, and wealth distribution, these were great times for everyone. As they are now in their 20’s and experiencing a social state that their parents lived through, ...
... centuries and had many colonies in Asia and Africa.
Portugal is the western most country in Europe, bordered on the north, west and south by the Atlantic and East side with Spain. We stopped by the beach area near a lighthouse and found a profusion of succulent flowers in yellow and pink covering the whole coastline. Our guide Augusto said this flower is invasive, only the white tall ones are native. Whether a flower is a weed or blossom is in ...
... 8/ gallon tanks of gas and thousands of Kilometers, the lack of surf made me throw the towel in. I decided to do the tourist thing and hop around Europe for a few weeks. They have some really cheap plane tickets around Europe and I found an inexpensive one way ticket to Venice, Italy. If I am not going to get surf in Europe I am at least going to eat some insane pizza, gain 20 pounds and walk out of Italy feeling ashamed of myself for how much I ate. Should be ...
Sunday, Oct 13
We departed JFK for LIS at 10:05 p.m. James, Cady, and Gibran dropped us at the airport, as it turned out, 2 hours earlier than necessary.
Monday, Oct 14
The 7 hour flight to Madrid--for connecting flight to Lisbon--arrived 2 p.m. Madrid is a large airport, and we found it not particularly easy to navigate. Immigration and customs inspections were perfunctory. We settled in to wait for 2 hours. Unfortunately, our ...
... traditional guitar and that was the case at our show along with a female and a male singer. The singing is passionate and the female singer appeared to be singing from the back of her throat and it looked very difficult but sounded just wonderful. The songs seemed quite mournful at the beginning but did liven up a little bit. Some of the songs even sounded a bit like ballads.
In the end we had a great day; the pictures speak for themselves.