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... parked to close to the rails inhibiting our passing. With in 15 min there were 5 troly's all backed up- all riders were in the streets standing around looking and striking up friendly conversation. And of course Daniel and I met 3 cool kids. Anna was from Lisbon- exceptional english little to no accent. Jonas- and Leonard from Hamberg- again great english and little to no accent. The boy's were on a quick weekend get a way Leonard bought ...
... dress up occasionally. We have three formal nights on the 14 day cruise and this is the second.
At 7pm, we transited the Straits of Gibraltar and got a view of "The Rock". Unfortunately, the Captain could not pass closer than 6.5 miles to the southern side of the channel so we only got a distant misty view of this landmark – but better than the midnight view (we did not get) on our last passage back in 2008.
... This maybe the best known symbol of Lisbon. The tower was built as a fortress in the middle of the Targus River 500 years ago. It was the starting point for the navigators who set sail to find new trade routes. It is covered with ropes carved in stone and has watch towers and cannons that were put in place to protect the harbor.
Our three stops were all we could do in Belem. There are dozens of museum in Belem that we ...
Okay, in a nut shell this Cathedral is also in the Alfama District but it is located at the bottom of the hill so its super easy to get to, thankfully. I mean, a whole day of walking up and down this city that I coined, "the city with 10,000 steps". Which is no joke, this might be one of the steepest hilliest cities I have ever had the pleasure to walk around in. You will get a work out for sure, and as the day wears on... ...
... of the
violence in Kiev and struggle of the people against its government
and police - quite a contrast to the current situation of invasion by
Russia, as I write in early March. I walked up a daunting hill
towards the Castelo São Jorge (Castle of St George), passing the
Cathedral and walking through a maze of steep cobbled streets. I got
a cheap ticket and spent some time exploring the Moorish castle, an
impressive hilltop fortress that bristles ...