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... run down areas where you could feel the poverty. We found the HOHO bus a great way to tour the city especially with the English commentary that was provided. One thing we were not aware of was that Portugal was neutral during the Second World War, for religious reasons. You can see how religion is very important to them with the number of churches in the city. We got off the bus in the Belem area and viewed some monuments to Vasco De Gama. There was beautiful ...
... the difference. Meat, chicken, and fish form the triumvirate of standard entrees in Portugal. The servers do not ask how you would like your meat cooked (mostly medium well), you get what you get, and it is usually delicious. For sides, I hope you enjoy french fries, because they come with everything. From the classiest restaurant, to the most casual, french fries will end up on your plate. Vegetables, rice and potatoes ...
... for a lock from the front desk to safely store my things (you cannot fit EVERYTHING inside a money belt), I headed back outside. I was exhausted, but I could not wait. Despite the five hour time difference, I knew that I could not succumb to jet lag and that I had to continue my day as I would any day.
After buying my cheap, yet sturdy, five euro Roy Bon sunglasses from a pair of South Asian men down the street, I headed down to the sun-soaked ...
Average breakfast. Busses not running at 9am as there was a marathon in progress. the whole town should be divided into 2 as far as tourist areas are concerned. One is the area surrounding the commercio square and the other is Belem. Our plan today was to cover Belem.
Took metro to commercio square – Day pass at 6.50 euro. Took tram 15E to Belem – sardine packed trams. Visited St.jeremino monastery after which we crossed over to park opposite ...
... minutes before the check in was closed, and we were sweating as if we ran a marathon. So we decided to take some clothes out of our suitcases, go refresh ourselves and get into new clothes.
The airport in Paris was big, but since it was a night flight (El Al), most of it was already closed.
The flight itself was surprisingly NOT overbooked, and was 100% full, which kinda felt like sardines.