VIP Inn Berna Hotel
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After our exploration of Castelo de Sao Jorge we decided to explore. So back through Baixa square and over to the Monument to Marques de Pombal (one of our beacon landmarks where feeling lost).
This led us to the Avenida da Liberdade. The first thing you notice are the intricate designs in the cobble stones on the sidewalks. The street is divided by a wide avenue of trees, fountains and benches that shadows the store fronts on either side. This is equivalent to the ...
... but the 60 euros. What a creep and low life. He couldn't have known that pouch was there, and when we called the first time, he found it and took the cash, and then said he didn't have it.
Learned an expensive lesson.
We checked the luggage, and got some beach towels and headed off to the beach. The public transportation which was a metro underground subway and commuter train was so easy and cheap: 1.40 ...
I spent my first weekend in Lisbon before heading to Spain. I absolutely loved it and want to go back and explore more of the wonderful country! It was definitely my favorite city of the vacation. It also helped that everything is very inexpensive, so much shopping :)
I took a night bus from Lyon to Barcelona and then flew to Lisbon, it was a very long day of traveling but I took full advantage of all the time I had there because it wasn't much. So I started ...
... than usual, but when we got home, Miguel opened a bottle of port and got out the pastries he had bought from his favourite shop at Aveiro, and there we were, eating and drinking again!! This morning, Sunday, we slept in until 9 am!!! Unheard of for us. Miguel had to work and had long gone. We went down to the cafe on the beach, just down the road from their house, and had our usual coffee and croissant, and Xavier has toast. Walked along the beach and ...
... St Sebastian. There are 7 in Portugal. Eventually arrived and the place is large, old, well appointed and furnished, and quiet - as it is the middle of farm country. Will send some pictures tomorrow. Quiet highways and no speed limit in a number of stretches. Drove out with Jan's brother Peter and his wife ...