VIP Executive Arts Hotel
Travel Blogs from Lisbon
Arrrived at Lisbon at around 6pm and off to customs.
All was going smoothly until we advised we were staying longer then 3 months and then the questions started.
Appartently you require a travel visa for Europe for extended stays. We then got a little nervous as she wanted to see our return flights, who we were staying with, an …
... 8220;so, it isn’t his best day”! We laughed – great attitude ! And besides, Martha had parked on the footpath which apparently she is apt to do, so why the heck not block egress to a road?
We drove up past the resort and up through a narrow street looking for a parking spot and Kathy who was in the front seat with Pedro decided that parking Portuguese style with the help of an American should be encouraged. So she directed him to ...
... br> Other than that, I can’t express much more. I’m so grateful for my parents, because I wouldn’t have been able to do this without them. I can’t wait to tell them a million stories (some they probably won’t like hearing…) and I REALLY can’t wait to attack my friends with hugs and souvenirs.
Cheers to money well spent, memories well kept, and the best four months ...
... me dry-retching!! Embarrassment central! So I just went straight back to the hostel afterwards and had a quiet night. Friday 15 March 2013: I had to catch a 9am flight back to London, so I had to be at the airport at 7am and had to leave my hostel at 6am!!! Gahhhh! It wasn't much fun because I'm sure I'm allergic to any time before 7am!! Oh well! And also, the shuttle bus was a bit late, grr! But the bus driver was nice. It's odd, if that had happened in Australia, I think I wouldn't ...
... tour. We planned on leaving Belem at 2, which would be about a 15-20 minute trolley ride, then a 5-10 minute walk to where the tour would be leaving from. Our batting average was .000 on this day, as due to the trolleys not ...
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