Vip Executive Saldanha Hotel
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... but not really. It's more like a sweet frozen milk bar. I think I died and went to heaven because YUM!
As I could expect after Porto, the people in Lisbon are fantastic. The police officer was very sweet. The hospital staff were incredible, friendly, caring and super professional. The hostel staff were very polite and helpful.
In the Parthenon, I met a German woman who comes to Lisbon often and always comes to this structure first. ...
... in Portugal are actually renowned for being some of the most beautiful hostels in all of Europe (perhaps the world!?!?!? I wouldn't be surprised) Coimbra is a university town, and the university is gorgeoooouusssususususususususususususu su. I was stunned. And there is so much going on, with anti-capitalist and feminist street art, crochet festivals and just plain pretty sights! This is when Boom Festival finished, a huge hippie fest in Portugal, so I met a ...
... webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px;">We started out half way up Rua Augusta, a large pedestrian street to the arch and on Plaza do Augusta. Along the way, we hoped to go up in the elevator lift which promises a great view of Lisbon. The line of people waiting wound around-the-block, and in the sun no less. That deterred us. We later found out that today is a holiday and the tourist crowds are at their peak. We crossed under Arco da Rua Augusto to Augusto ...
... it so hard to speak well” (Hatton 4). Since then, I have made an effort to learn words in Portuguese especially pleasantries such as “Hello”, “Thank you”, and “How are you?”. I think most of the locals appreciate us making an effort to respect and value their culture. I have come to love the Portugal and the Portuguese, and I hope to continue to learn more about what makes Portugal ...
... and revisited the lookout.
It was nice to be able to enjoy the sun on the back as we walked in to the town for a nice lunch and beer. As the day came to an end, we saved the 11th century Castle of S. Jorge overlooking Lisbon for last. The views were amazing and the castle was great although there was just the exterior of the castle.
Lisbon was great and there are many nice places to ...