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... lined which softens the hardness of the modern multi storey buildings. A typical site are buildings covered in colourful tiles or the buildings are painted in different pastel colours. The first place we got off the bus was Belem, a coastal district of Lisbon. It's a gorgeous old town, and home of the most famous Portuguese tart bakery so we bought a couple. They were good but I think the tarts we get at Fernando's in Dulwich Hill are better. We walked along the ...
... to return again one day...
# of countries: 4
# of cities: 14
# of planes: 2
# of trains: 4
# of buses: 13
# of taxis: 2
# of beers: 11 (Another version of the Super Bock and a Sagres)
# of monies found: 8.05 Peruvian Soles, 5 American Cents, 1 Canadian Cent, 10 Bolivian cents
# of times we did laundry: 1
# of languages we can say butterfly in: 2 (Spanish - Mariposa, Portugese - Borboleta)
Next stop: Madrid, Spain
... He then replied, just don't tell them. Feeling a bit uncomfortable about this, I went to the receptionist and told her I would leave the money on the bar when I left. Then the old man went to chat to the receptionist. Upon his return he sat at the bar and started laughing. I then get told by the receptionist that my hotel bill will only be half the cost. This lovely old man that had entertained me for about ...
... and loved it), and we still managed to visit a few desired sights. It just took us longer with our mint infused deviations.
Like every day spend in Lisbon, it was accompanied by wonderful food and wine! The meals were to die for and the wine was comparable in price to water!
Over all, I would rank Lisbon on my " favourite city" list. After falling in love with the city, we are both eager to discover Northern Portugal.
... about every souvenir you could think of – Fatima yo-yo’s, nail clippers, tea towels etc etc They even had a 'make your own’ rosary bead stand with just about every type of bead you could think of.
The stop at the actual Fatima Sanctuary was amazing. The place is huge with an amazing blend of old and new. A whole new church has been built in the last decade or so which can seat 8,000 odd people and is very modern ...