VIP Grand Lisboa Hotel & Spa
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After a great few days in Lagos and fully recharged we headed north to the Capital of Portugal - Lisbon. We checked into our hostel and headed for a walk into town to check out the old town and wander up the hill to the Castle. Some amazing views over the city and some cool old fortress construction was a good way to spend the afternoon. We grabbed some grub on the way back to the hostel, cooked a feed and had an early night after some big ...
... last week, would misplace most of the evidence and would let people off for most things if they bought me a pint.
Barrio Alto is the most splendid place to be bought a drink from any of the countless bars and cantinas, although many didn’t open until after we intended to be sleeping off our 2am start.
Most Portuguese people we met spoke splendid English, my own theory is that is has less to do with them being England’s oldest ally and more ...
... Dad and I went into Belem tower. It is old and we walked up the small stairs to the top.
We also went to an place called Hells Mouth where water hits the rocks.
Some of the waves were MASSIVE.
So than we went to a restaurant and had dinner. I had spaghetti bolognase, that was very nice.
... a lot of parks. 30 today but I'm so acclimatised by now, anything less would seem cool. The 7 hills add variety to the landscape and make it interesting to travel around. Sales here too but mostly closed. Prices seem good, petrol €1.60/litre, oranges €.75/kg, at a cafe chips €3.75, Mateus rose 1/2 bottle is €7.5. Am sitting in the pedestrian mall as close as possible to ...
... for such a long period of time, and the masses were not allowed to learn and modernize with the rest of the world. You can't blame them for the content lifestyle that they live.
Salazar created this mold and the people are stuck in place until a new generation rises and breaks free of the dictator lifestyle. Women still wear full-coverage attire, which includes jeans, cardigans, tights, etc… although it is like sweltering hot outside here. I must admit the ...