Vip Executive Saldanha Hotel
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0116 Eat your Heart out, Madrid… (Por 005, 08A -029)
Lisbon, February 23, 2008
Day 086: 6 hours, 12.7—total: 31.3
As soon as my bus reaches the magnificent suspension bridge that crosses the bay to Lisbon, I know that I’m on my way to an extraordinary city… From the bridge I got a great panoramic view of the steep hills with beautiful orange tiled rooftops crammed in between. And it seems that around ...
We awoke not too early- actually a little later than planned but I HAVE to go on a run- or at least I talked Daniel into do a discovery run- no plan, no map, just our feet leading the way. We have until 1 when Ludi gets home from class and she will take us out on a weekend adventure at the beach.
I am happy that Daniel will do this with me. I know this makes him uncomfortable. Daniel is a man of habit, ...
Left the villa a little sad, but ready for the big city. (Happy to have seen the kids before we left.) packed all our gear between 2 cars and headed for Cascais, as the apartment in Rua dos Remedios was not available until about 4. Had a lovely 'Italian' lunch overlooking the harbour, primarily used by a lobster fleet. Then drove along the coast, then river mouth to the bohemian part of Lisbon and dragged the bags up 2 steep flights of stairs. Off to walk around Castelo de ...
... 1 who ruled from 1495 to 1521. The Tower of Belem is another classic example of this style. As you can read Belem is worth the tram trip from the city but I sincerely hope you don't come across the horrible little man who abused me on a very hot, packed tram on the way home because I didn't want to hold on to the overhead straps. He only stopped when Clive came to my rescue. However I think I was lucky as he elbowed a young girl in the kidneys in the process ...
... br> Bright and early the next morning, we were off to explore a castle! Castelo de S.Jorge was a beautiful fortress, even in the pouring rain. We saw the view of the city through a spectacular haze, and ate lunch in a cafe inside. All of our friends were back at school sitting through classes, and we were watching peacocks venture through the rain, on the uneven coblestone floor of a castle in portugal!
We window shopped, we appreciated the Portugese grafitti ...