VIP Executive Arts Hotel
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... raining really heavy.
On the last day we went to the Palace of Regalia.
There was a main house, gardens, tunnels in the ground going everywhere around the palace.
There was unfinished wells which were really deep into the ground.
There was a big pond and heaps of ducks in the water.
... cool city actually, really funky buildings decorated in the Portuguese blue & white tiles, and little trams everywhere. We soon found the restaurant...and it was amazing food!! Dirt cheap too, we enjoyed a 1L jug of Sangria, 2 mains & 2 desserts for €42! Love it!! Afterwards we started to cruise back to the hostel, and came across a hire company who do GPS tours around Lisbon...and you ...
... good as Turkey perhaps.
Made it to the top of the arch tower which faces the entrance to the river. Best views south of the Alps.
Next stop the cathedral which had a nativity scene rivalling St Brigid's Marrickville but without the train set. We had planned on going to Fatima on a day trip today but it was a step too far and we weren't up to it. The cathedral had to do. We managed to see an archaeological ...
... restaurant, we were quite disappointed we didn't think to make reservations for the Saturday night before Easter, but our 3 course meal at the place we stumbled upon definitely made up for it. After a long dinner, the European style, with our new friends, we headed back to the hostel (early for once). We hung out on our rooftop terrace for a little longer, playing cards and talking, and finally called it a night (before midnight!).
Waking up the next ...
Our first couple of days in the Lisbon area have gone well. We ran into a man walking his rabbit, Scott almost became collateral damage during a trolley car riot, we sampled some of the best pastries on the planet (made with a secret recipe developed by 19th century monks just before Portugal banned all Catholic orders), we are working with a delightful young Portuguese woman who is doing her best to dispel our woeful American ignorance about all things ...