Turim Iberia Hotel
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... exploring the city.
We passed some interesting shops and great street artwork (aka: graffiti) and headed down, down, down to popular Santo Antonio church with its unique interior and some beautiful stained glass.Then, it was down, down, down more thru the narrow and winding streets of Lisbon. We finally made it to the waterfront, the steps in the water, and the incredible and picture-worthy Praça do Comércio.
The Praça do Comércio is a gem. We saw a lot ...
... of a cultural norm, though after several nights I began to think otherwise (..especially when they take upwards of 15 minutes to take your order after seating you and placing this delicious looking snacks less than a hand away). Of course, the chicas and I fell victim to such a practise more than once.
Lesson 2; If you just order one (singular) custard tart you will offend the locals.
A steep learning curve that I ...
August 13, 2014 - GUIMARÃES to LISBON 370km by Train with a change in PORTO (€33.40 for Dave &€17.05 for Mi) 4hrs42min
€33.30 ($44.56), Double with share bath, without breakfast
... we should speak in English, because he was Portuguese and did not speak Spanish. Under other circumstances, I would have brought up the fact that this was indeed a restaurant that served Spanish food, but I was much too shocked to do anything but apologize, in English. Later, after reading about Portugal and Spain’s relationship in Hatten’s book, I understand a bit better where this resentment ...
We stayed with Paul & Glenys in a fabulous, very central apartment in Chiado area, recommended by Jan & Dirk. It overlooked a square where the locals love to party until all hours. The 3 hour walking tour gave us a good background of the history of Lisbon including the Earthquake in 1755 which wiped out half of the population. The ...