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... Queens, Kings and their court could retreat to the mountains for a few days. Tourists come here and can simply take a bus through the mountains from one palace to the next seeing how the architecture has changed through the ages and based on the group who built them. It was very expensive to tour these sites, and my group only had a limited singular day there, so we decided to go to the Moorish castle built there on top of a mountain. I thought I was impressed ...
... the house and the exhibition on the architect. Coincidentally that night back in Lisbon there was a festival around the corner to celebrate the beginning of June with live music and food trucks (although not quite as good as food trucks back home).
The following morning we got lost in the steps and hills of Lisbon trying to find the ...
... the history, listened to the Fado music (successfully prevented David from buying a CD). The history of the place is quite amazing.we decided in fact that we didn't know much about Portugal at all. For the Portuguese nation, the 25th April is a national holiday too. They celebrate the revolution where the dictator Salazar was overthrown in 1974. Who knew that!! I ...
... and we had not yet checked out the lay of the land, e would eat in. We booked for 8pm and on arrival at the restaurant we were not disappointed, with the views nor the food. The service was 5 star, the staff were very polished in the execution of their duties, attentive to our every need, even serving our meal from serving dishes to our plates at the table. Excellent.
The next morning ...
... was a urinal! In my mind, one must really need to go to stand there in public. Luckily I had no need!
We continued around the corner and bought our tickets. They were discounted by 25% because of our LisboaCards. We entered the castle grounds and were immediately struck by the panoramic views. One could see the 28 meter tall statue of Christ the King, the April 25th Bridge, the Praca do Comercio, and the Baixa District.
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